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Colin Quinn’s focus is on business litigation and transactional matters on all aspects of operations in several markets and industries.

During law school, Colin served as the Content Editor for the Belmont University Entertainment Law Journal. During that time, his note Music in the Middle of a Firefight: Electronic Dance Music and the Fight Between Enforcing Copyright Law and Its Constitutional Foundation, was published in the inaugural volume of the Belmont Entertainment Law Journal. He also served as the Captain of Belmont University’s Moot Court team, competing successfully in multiple national competitions. Colin also served as a research assistant to Professor Kristi Arth, aiding in researching modern privilege law for the creation of a bench book in the State of Tennessee. He also has experience working in the National Hockey League (NHL) with both the Nashville Predators and Arizona Coyotes in their legal and public relations departments, respectively. As an undergraduate at Arizona State University, Colin successfully defended his Honors Thesis “Creating the Most Marketable Hockey Team.”

Education

J.D., Belmont University College of Law
B.S., magna cum laude, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, Dual Degrees in Marketing and Management

State Bar Licenses

Arizona, Colorado

Court Admissions

Arizona Federal Courts