Tatiana Quinn holds a Philosophy degree from Brigham Young University, and a Juris Doctor degree from BYU’s J. Reuben Clark School of Law. She is a member of the Utah state and federal bar associations.
While in law school, Tatiana served on the Executive Committee of the BYU International Law and Religion Symposium; completed internships for a civil litigation firm in California, The Reset Foundation, the Utah County Public Defender’s criminal defense and juvenile defense divisions, and the Salt Lake County’s Guardian ad Litem Office; and enjoyed volunteering for the Utah County Family Justice Center and Nebo School District’s Truancy Diversion Program.
Since law school, Tatiana has particularly focused on family law, and parental defense (child welfare). She is a co-founder of Provo Young Professionals and an active volunteer in her community. Tatiana loves music and the arts, serves as co-chair of the BYU Noteworthy alumni chapter, and enjoys soccer, the outdoors, and event planning.