Civil Litigation Law, Real Estate, Business and Commercial Services, Lake, Water, and Riparian Rights Law; Pier and Easement Disputes

Quentin J. Collins

About Quentin

Following his graduation from Purdue University in 2016, Quentin attended Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law and graduated in 2019. During law school, Quentin served as the Firm’s law clerk, was named Champion of the 2018 Indiana State Bar Association Law Student Conclave Moot Court competition with recognition for Best Oral Argument, served on the IndyBar Law Student Executive Committee, and won the “Work-In-Progress Award” for his research on Indiana Navigable Water law at McKinney’s 2019 Environmental and Natural Resources Law Symposium.  Quentin now seeks to bring the same enthusiasm, drive, and focus to his practice at Clark Quinn.

Quentin has experience in numerous areas of the law. Quentin represents consumers experiencing credit and mortgage issues and pursues federal claims under the Fair Credit Reporting Act and the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act. In addition, Quentin assists parties in real estate transactions and land use considerations. As an avid outdoorsman, Quentin is passionate about helping landowners realize their recreational property objectives by advising them on riparian rights issues, land management practices and liability concerns. Quentin also advises business owners on sound business practices from formation to dissolution, succession, or sale.

If Quentin is not in the office, he can be found fishing in the White River, rock climbing with his girlfriend at Red River Gorge, or bird hunting alongside his dog, Gunner. Quentin also enjoys volunteering with local outdoor conservation and environmental organizations and those providing greater outdoor recreation opportunities for underserved youth.