October 16, 2018

Preti Flaherty Welcomes Attorney Elizabeth F. Quinby to the Firm

Preti Flaherty is pleased to announce that attorney Elizabeth F. Quinby has joined the firm as an Associate. Ellie will practice in the Environmental and Litigation practice groups from the firm’s Portland office.

Ellie, who graduated from Colby College with distinction and worked at Preti as a summer associate in 2017, returns to Maine following her recent graduation from Vanderbilt University Law School. During law school, Ellie interned at the Arts & Business Council of Greater Nashville, Tennessee, and the Orange County Office of the Public Defender in Newport Beach, California. Ellie also held a clerkship at Disability Rights California, the largest disability rights group in the nation.

At Vanderbilt, Ellie was an editor for the Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law, and was a member of the Legal Aid Society, the Law and Business Society, and the Immigration Law Society.

Preti Flaherty Managing Partner, John M. Sullivan, said, “Ellie stood out as a summer associate in 2017. We were very pleased that she chose Preti.  Ellie has a bright future with us.”

Ellie is a resident of Portland, Maine.

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