Michael Quillin ’08 appointed supervisory attorney for Domestic Violence Clinic
The University of Oregon School of Law has hired Michael Quillin to serve as supervising attorney for the law school's Domestic Violence Clinic, which provides comprehensive legal services to low-income survivors while educating Oregon law students. In this position, Quillin will represent survivors of domestic violence, stalking and sexual assault, supervise and instruct students enrolled in the program and work closely with community partners to ensure the program's success.
Quillin graduated from Oregon Law in 2008 with an emphasis in family and juvenile law. Prior to becoming supervising attorney, Quillin worked as a staff attorney for the Stop Violence Against Women Clinic Project, a collaborative program run through the Lane County Legal Aid and Advocacy Center in partnership with Womenspace, Oregon Law, Siuslaw Outreach Services and Sexual Assault Support Services. There, he represented survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking and dating violence in civil legal matters.
Currently, Quillin is one of eight recipients of the law school's Loan Repayment Assistance Program, which provides financial assistance to graduate students pursuing public service careers. In April 2012, the Oregon Law Students Public Interest Fund honored Quillin for his work with the Bandiero Award for Outstanding PublicService by a local lawyer. He is an active member of the Lane County Bar Association and in 2010 was made co-chair of the association's New Lawyer's committee.