Assistant Director for In-House Corporate Counsel, Compliance and the Private Sector
Quinnie Lin advises students on alternative and emerging career tracks as well as on in-house law practice, compliance, and private sector opportunities. She is a graduate of Harvard College, Harvard Kennedy School, and Georgetown Law, where she was an editor of the Georgetown Immigration Law Journal. During graduate school, Quinnie led rule-of-law projects in Kenya, where she wrote her thesis on the role of trust in popular democracy organizing efforts, and in Nigeria, where she contributed research to the formation of the country’s first witness support unit at the Lagos State Attorney General’s Office. Following law school, Quinnie worked at a private law firm in Washington DC, where she practiced international anti-corruption law, published on U.S. / E.U. conflicts minerals regulation, and contributed 500 pro bono hours to a successful immigration asylum defense case. While in DC, she also worked as a senior community organizer in women’s health care. In addition to her law and policy practices, Quinnie is the founder of two business ventures: a social impact consulting firm, which worked with tech clients such as Niantic, the augmented reality gaming company that created PokémonGO; and an early-stage tech startup focused on mental and behavioral health.
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