Mike Quillin, a member of the Board of Directors of The Portia Project, is named the new Supervising Attorney of the University of Oregon School of Law Domestic Violence Clinic
Mike Quillin, Supervising Attorney
Fall 2012 - University of Oregon School of Law's Domestic Violence Clinic (DVC) has moved to its new home at the UO School of Law. Previously located in the Survivors Justice Center at Lane County Legal Aid and Advocacy Center (LCLAAC), the Clinic is now located in a secure space at Agate Hall. Moving the Clinic in-house was done primarily to contain costs and to provide Clinic students with better access to professors and university resources.
As part of the move in-house, Attorney Michael Quillin was hired to serve as the Clinic's new supervising attorney. Mike is a graduate of the UO School of Law, earning his JD in 2008. Mike brings to the job a wealth of experience in domestic violence law, as well as a working knowledge of the DV Clinic. Mike was a law student in the DV Clinic and later served as the staff attorney for the Stop Violence Against Women Clinic Project (SVAWCP), the umbrella organization for the Clinic when it was located at LCLAAC. Mike has represented survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and dating violence in a wide array of civil legal matters.
Read more about Mike Quillin in A Week in the Life of a Supervising Attorney