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Legal Analysis, Research, and Communications


Biography

Kerry Quinn teaches first-year legal research and writing. She graduated from the University of Georgia in 1985 with a degree in Political Science. Quinn received her law degree from the University of Georgia School of Law in 1988 where she was a member of the moot court team.

Quinn has extensive litigation experience, primarily in the areas of insurance coverage and insurance defense. She began her career in the Atlanta office of Lord, Bissell & Brook (now Locke Lord) where she focused on coverage litigation involving professional liability, environmental, and mass workplace injury claims. Both at Lord, Bissell and later at Dennis, Corry & Porter, Quinn oversaw insurance programs underwritten by Certain Underwriters at Lloyd’s, London and directly defended trucking companies in accident cases. Quinn joined Lawrence & Bundy in 2016 where she focused on class actions, labor and employment, and higher education matters.  Throughout her career, Quinn has continued to coach and judge moot court. In addition to working with law students, she is the long-time coach of the Midtown (formerly Grady) High School Moot Court team. 

Education: JD, University of Georgia School of Law 1988 (cum laude); AB, University of Georgia 1985 (cum laude)