Quinn spent two years as a Summer Student and then completed her Articling term at a boutique Family Law firm in Orangeville, where she was exposed to various complex Family Law matters. Following her Call to the Bar of Ontario in June 2022, she became an Associate with the Feldstein Family Law Group.
Prior to obtaining her Juris Doctor from the University of Windsor, Quinn obtained her Honour’s Bachelor of Arts Degree at the University of Guelph majoring in Criminal Justice and Public Policy and minoring in International Development.
Quinn’s passion for helping others was the primary factor behind her decision to pursue Family Law. During her time at the University of Windsor, Quinn participated in the Pro Bono Students Canada Family Law Project. Quinn was given the opportunity to work side by side with low-income litigants, which furthered her ability to determine the best possible path forward for each unique matter.
Quinn is a compassionate, patient and determined advocate, which enables her to connect with clients on a meaningful level. She is committed to assisting clients through one of the most difficult transitions of their lives. Quinn brings a pragmatic approach to her practice, which ensures she finds the best solutions for her clients, whether it be through alternative dispute resolution or in court. Quinn is driven to help her clients resolve their matters as timely and amicably as possible.
Quinn practices in all areas of Family Law, including issues surrounding property division, spousal support, child support, and parenting time. In her spare time, Quinn enjoys traveling and spending time with family, friends, and her Miniature Dachshund, Rolo.