Annie Quinn is an Associate at Miller Johnson in the firm’s Education Law practice. She works on behalf of school districts and boards of education on matters pertaining to labor and employment, First Amendment speech and religion issues, and discrimination law.
Annie writes policy and administrative regulation manuals for school districts throughout the state of Michigan. She participates in formal investigations on behalf of clients for Civil Rights claims and presents at conferences on school issues and legal concepts.
Professional Affiliations, Activities and Honors
Annie has served at the Alvin L. Storrs Low Income Taxpayer Clinic in East Lansing, Michigan, and interned at the non-profit Elder Law of Michigan while in law school.
Annie officiates high school and college women’s lacrosse throughout the state of Michigan and has a passion for growing the game. When she’s not officiating, she’s watching hockey, either the Detroit Red Wings, Grand Rapids Griffins, or her little cousins. Annie lives in Grosse Pointe with her husband Luc and their two german shorthaired pointers.
Annie is a volunteer with the Tim Tebow Foundation, participating in Night to Shine activities since 2017.
Ms. Quinn was awarded her J.D. from Michigan State University School of Law in 2020. She earned a B.A. in History from Aquinas College in 2016.