1 MAE C. QUINN Washington University at St. Louis - School of Law One Brookings Drive, Box 1120, St. Louis, MO (314) (office) TEACHING EXPERIENCE Washington University School of Law, St. Louis, Missouri Professor of Law, 2009-present; Co-Director, Civil Justice Clinic, ; Director, Juvenile Law and Justice Clinic, 2013-present Criminal Law First-year, four-credit, course, with students, largely employing practicebased simulations and exercises. Hold weekly with small group sections. Constitutional Criminal Procedure (CJA I) Three-credit, upper-level course focused on pretrial criminal constitutional issues including search and seizure, interrogation, and right to counsel. Civil Justice Clinic/Juvenile Law and Justice Clinic - Developed and run award-winning clinic where students represent youth in juvenile prosecutions, school discipline cases, education and related matters while engaging in systemic reform projects. Post-Miller Pro Bono Supervised Practicum Developed unique 3-credit placement that partnered eight students with large law firms recruited to provide pro bono assistance on eight post-miller cases in Missouri. (Spring 2013) University of Tennessee College of Law, Knoxville, Tennessee Tenured, 2009; Associate Professor, ; Teacher of the Year Award, 2009 Advocacy Clinic Taught general clinic where students served as juvenile and criminal defense counsel, handled landlord-tenant cases, and represented unemployment claimants. Problem-Solving Courts Seminar Developed and taught seminar which focused on the legal, ethical, and other implications of problem-solving courts. Juvenile Rights and Re-Entry Practicum Developed and taught practicum where students served as self-designated Task Force examining Tennessee juvenile transfer practices. Criminal Law Taught first-year, three-credit Criminal Law course. Catholic University of Honduras, San Pedro Sula, Tegucigalpa and Ceiba, Honduras Fulbright Senior Specialist, Taught/consulted in clinical program at the Catholic University of Honduras during summer session. Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University, New York, New York Adjunct Professor, Taught legal research, legal writing, and lawyering skills in first-year Lawyering Program. Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, D.C. E. Barrett Prettyman Fellow/Supervising Attorney, Supervised third-year students in the Criminal Justice Clinic where students represented indigent clients in trial-level misdemeanor prosecutions. Handled felony and other matters as lead counsel.
2 Mae C. Quinn -- 2 REPRESENTATIVE PUBLICATIONS Articles Giving Kids their Due: Theorizing a Modern Fourteenth Amendment Framework for Juvenile Defense Counsel, 99 Iowa Law Review (2014). The Other Missouri Model : Systemic Juvenile Injustice in the Show Me State, 78 Missouri Law Review 1193 (2014). From Turkey Trot to Twitter: Policing White Female Puberty, Purity, and Sex Positivity, 20 N.Y.U. Review of Law and Social Change 51 (2014). Feminist Legal Realism, 35 Harvard J. of L. and Gender 1 (2012). The Modern Problem-Solving Court Movement: Domination of Discourse and Untold Stories of Criminal Justice Reform, 31 Wash. U. J. of L. and Policy 57 (2010) (invited paper - symposium issue). Reconceptualizing Competence: An Appeal, 66 Washington & Lee L. Rev. 259 (2009). Anna Moscowitz Kross and the Home Term Part: A Second Look at the Nation s First Criminal Domestic Violence Court, 41 Akron L. Rev. 733 (2008) (women s legal history symposium issue). An RSVP to Professor Wexler s Warm TJ Invitation to the Criminal Defense Bar: Unable to Join You, Already (Somewhat Similarly) Engaged, 48 Boston College L. Rev. 539 (2007). Revisiting Anna Moscowitz Kross s Critique of New York City s Women s Court: The Continued Problem of Solving the Problem of Prostitution with Specialized Criminal Courts, 33 Fordham Urban L. J. 665 (2006) (invited paper - issue on women as perpetrators of crime). Whose Team am I on Anyway? Musings of a Public Defender about Drug Treatment Court Practice, 26 N.Y.U. Rev. of L. and Social Change 37 (2001). Terry, Race, and Judicial Integrity: The Court and Suppression During the War on Drugs, 72 St. John s L. Rev (1998)(co-authored with Hon. Jack B. Weinstein). Note, The Garden Path of Boyles v. Kerr and Twyman v. Twyman: An Outrageous Response to Victims of Sexual Misconduct, 4 Texas J. of Women and the L. 247 (1995). Essays and Shorter Works The Fallout from our Blackboard Battlegrounds: A Call for Withdrawal and a New Way Forward, 15 Iowa J. of Gender, Race & Justice 541 (2012)(invited paper - symposium on wars on social issues). Evolving Standards in Juvenile Justice: From Gault to Graham and Beyond, 38 Wash. U. J. of L. and Policy 1 (2012)(introduction to symposium issue). Teaching Public Citizen Lawyering: From Aspiration to Inspiration, 8 Seattle Journal of Social Justice 661 (2010)(peer reviewed journal).
3 Mae C. Quinn -- 3 Problem Solving Courts: A Conversation with Experts, 10 Maryland J. of Race, Religion, Gender & Class 137 (2010)(transcript of roundtable proceedings). Further (Ms.)Understanding Legal Realism: Rescuing Judge Anna Moscowitz Kross, 87 Tex. L. Rev. See Also 43 (2009)(response to Professor Brian Tamanaha). Finding Power Fighting Power (or the Perpetual Motion Machine), 20 Hastings Women s L. J. 245 (2009). A New Clinician s Ways of (Un)Knowing: Forgetting to Remember, Remembering to Forget, and (Re)Constructing Identity, 76 Tenn. L. Rev. 425 (2009). Book Review: Marilyn Johnson s Street Justice: A History of Police Violence in New York City, 26 Law & History Review 762 (2008). Postscript to an RSVP, 48 Boston College L. Rev. 592 (2007)(reply to Professor David Wexler s response). Book Chapters and Manuscript Contributions Feminist Legal Realism reprinted in WOMEN AND THE LAW (Tracy A. Thomas, ed., West Pub., 2012) Feminizing Courts: Lay Volunteers and the Integration of Social Work in Progressive Reform, in FEMINIST LEGAL HISTORY: WOMEN'S AGENCY AND THE LAW (Tracey Jean Boisseau and Tracy A. Thomas, eds., NYU Press, 2011). An RSVP to Professor Wexler s Warm Therapeutic Jurisprudence Invitation to the Criminal Defense Bar: Unable to Join You, Already (Somewhat Similarly) Engaged, and Postscript to an RSVP, reprinted in DAVID WEXLER S REHABILITATING LAWYERS: PRINCIPLES OF THERAPEUTIC JURISPRUDENCE FOR CRIMINAL LAW PRACTICE (Carolina Academic Press 2008). Some Reflections on the Federal Judicial Role During the War on Drugs (with Hon. Jack B. Weinstein), in THE JUDICIAL ROLE IN CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS (Hart Press, Oxford 2000). Projects in Progress (Im)mobilizing Youth. FEMINIST LEGAL REALISM: REALISTIC WOMEN ON THE BENCHES, IN THE TRENCHES AND BEYOND. -Fallen Women (Re)Framed: Judges Jean Norris and Amy Wren - New York City, Lenroot and Lundberg: Kinship Caring, Brain Trusting, and The Children's Bureau, JUDGE ANNA MOSCOWITZ KROSS: MOTHER OF LEGAL MOVEMENTS.
4 Mae C. Quinn -- 4 EDUCATION Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, D.C. LL.M., Advocacy, 2001 Final Paper Topic: Criminal Defense Representation in Drug Treatment Courts University of Texas School of Law, Austin, Texas J.D., 1995 Manuscript Editor, Texas Journal of Women and the Law Criminal Defense Clinic; Juvenile Justice Clinic; Capital Punishment Clinic State University of New York at Albany, Albany, New York B.A., English, 1991 Began studies at CUNY-Brooklyn College while a full-time waitress and professional magician. SELECTED PRESENTATIONS AALS Clinical Legal Education Section Conference Panelist, More than Mindful in the Face of Constitutional Crisis The Role of Modern Clinics Chicago, Illinois, April 2014 Legal Services of Eastern Missouri, Homeless Adolescent Task Force Program Invited Speaker, Navigating Missouri s Juvenile Courts St. Louis, Missouri, April, 2014 University of Memphis School of Law, Juvenile Courts in Transition Symposium Invited Speaker, The Other Missouri Model of Juvenile Justice & Due Process in Juvenile Defense Memphis, Tennessee, February 2014 NJDC/MACDL/Missouri Public Defender First Annual Juvenile Defender Summit Planner, Group Facilitator, and Invited Speaker, Detention Hearings and Dispositional Advocacy St. Louis, Missouri, February 2014 University of Iowa School of Law, Gideon 50 th Anniversary Symposium Invited Speaker, Theorizing a Modern 14th Amendment Framework for Juvenile Defense Counsel Iowa City, Iowa, October 2013 New York University School of Law, Clinical Law Review Writers Workshop Workshop Facilitator, Intersections of Family, Poverty, and Criminal Law New York, New York, September 2013 Ohio Juvenile Defender Summit, One Size Does Not Fit All: Individualized Advocacy for Every Child Invited Presenter, Juvenile Drug Courts: History/Best-Practices Columbus, Ohio, April 2013 ABA Section on Litigation, Three-Day Training for Midwest Legal Services Lawyers Invited Faculty Member, Critical Skills for Legal Services Lawyers St. Louis, Missouri, April 2013
5 Mae C. Quinn -- 5 National Consortium of Racial and Ethnic Fairness in the Courts, Annual Conference Invited Presenter, The Past, Present, and Future of Community Courts Washington, DC, March 2013 University of Missouri School of Law, Bombshell or Baby Step: The Implications of Miller v. Alabama Invited Presenter, Miller and the Real Missouri Model Columbia, Missouri, March 2013 American Society of Legal History, Women s Legal Biography Workshop Invited Participant/Presenter, Feminist Legal Realism: Kross; Wren & Norris; Lenroot & Lundberg St. Louis, Missouri, November 2012 National Legal Aid and Defender Association, 2012 Life the Balance Conference Invited Presenter, Juvenile Transfer, Waiver, and Certification: Death Penalty for American Youth St. Louis, Missouri, November 2012 Missouri Juvenile Justice Association, Annual Conference and Training Invited Presenter, Evolving Standards in Juvenile Justice: Supreme Court Update Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri, October 2012 Missouri Post-Miller Litigation, Mitigation, and Implementation Training (at Washington University) Organizer, Host and Presenter: Miller s Background, Context, and Implications National to Local St. Louis, Missouri, October 2012 New York University School of Law, Clinical Law Review Writers Workshop Invited Presenter, Pointers and Perspectives on Scholarly Productivity Workshop Facilitator, Criminal Law and Procedure Group New York, New York, September 2012 National Association of Children s Counsel, 2012 Annual Conference and Training Invited Presenter, Youth, Law and Social Media Chicago, Illinois, August 2012 Teaching Social Justice Discussion Group, SEALS Conference Discussant, Scholarship for Social Change Amelia Island, Florida, July 2012 Missouri Legislative Black Caucus, 2012 Annual Conference Invited Presenter, Evolving Standards of Juvenile Justice Kansas City, Missouri, June 2012 AALS Clinical Legal Education Section Annual Conference Panelist, Scholarship for Social Justice Los Angeles, California, May 2012 Washington University School of Law, 12 th Annual Access to Equal Justice Colloquium Organizer and Moderator, Evolving Standards in Juvenile Justice: From Gault to Graham and Beyond St. Louis, Missouri, March 2012
6 Mae C. Quinn -- 6 Missouri Office of State Courts Administration, State-wide Training and Webcast Invited Presenter, "Juvenile Justice Trends - Safe Schools Act" St. Louis, Missouri, February 2012 University of Georgia School of Law, Faculty Colloquium Invited Presenter, "Feminist Legal Realism" Athens, Georgia, January 2012 Columbia Law School, Problem-Solving Court Convening Invited Participant New York, New York, December 2011 New York University School of Law, Clinical Law Review Writers Workshop Invited Presentation, Pointers and Perspectives on Scholarly Productivity Workshop Facilitator, Criminal Law and Procedure Group New York, New York, October 2011 Berkshire Conference on the History of Women, UMass at Amherst Invited Panel Participant, New Generations of Feminist Legal History Amherst, Massachusetts, June 2011 St. Louis University Law, Conference on Offender Re-Entry Issues Invited Panel Participant, Re-Entry Courts St. Louis, Missouri, April 2011 University of Iowa School of Law, Conference on the War on Social Issues Invited Panel Participant, Our War(s) on Youth Iowa City, Iowa, March 2011 Suffolk University Law School, Law and Society Visiting Speaker/Scholar Series Invited Presenter, Feminist Legal Realism? Boston, Massachusetts, November 2010 New York Law School, Clinical Theory Workshop 25th Anniversary Conference Invited Presenter/Panelist, "Feminist Legal Realism?" New York, New York, October 2010 Southeastern Regional Clinical Teachers' Program, SEALS Conference Presenter/Panelist, "Feminist Legal Realism?" West Palm Beach, Florida, August 2010 International Legal Ethics Conference, Stanford Law School, Cause Lawyering Panel Panelist, "Teaching Public Citizen Lawyering: From Aspiration to Inspiration" Palo Alto, California, July 2010 Law and Society Conference, "New" Feminist Legal History Panel Presenter/Panelist, "Feminist Legal Realism?" Chicago, Illinois, May 2010
7 Mae C. Quinn -- 7 University of Maryland School of Law, Problem-Solving Courts Symposium Invited Panelist, "A Conversation with the Experts" Baltimore, Maryland, November 2009 Wayne State University School of Law Invited Faculty Discussion Leader, Midwest Clinician's Conference, "Arc of Justice" Detroit, Michigan, October 2009 Southeastern Regional Clinical Teachers' Program, SEALS Conference Organizer/Presenter, Procedural Due Process and the School to Prison Pipeline West Palm Beach, Florida, July 2009 CLEA New Clinician's Workshop Invited Speaker, "Strategies for Effective Scholarship and Publication" Cleveland, Ohio, May 2009 AALS Clinical Legal Education Section Annual Conference Workshop Presenter, Clinical Scholarship & Scholarship by Clinicians Cleveland, Ohio, May 2009 Cumberland School of Law, Samford University Invited Presentation, Anna Moscowitz Kross and Her Lady Volunteers Birmingham, Alabama, April 2009 Washington University School of Law, St. Louis, Access to Equal Justice Conference Invited Respondent, Access to Justice & Family Court Reform St. Louis, Missouri, March 2009 University of Baltimore College of Law, Applied Feminism Conference Workshop Leader & Presenter, Perfecting the Audacity Factor? Baltimore, Maryland, March 2009 University of Akron College of Law Invited Presentation, Teaching Public Citizen Lawyering: From Aspiration to Inspiration Akron, Ohio, January 2009 NACDL Task Force on Problem-Solving Courts Invited Expert Testimony, Problem-Solving Courts: Legal and Ethical Issues for Defenders Austin, Texas, November, 2008 William and Mary College of Law, Kelly Fund Program for Teaching Excellence Invited Presentation, Teaching Social Change When You re Not Preaching to the Choir Williamsburg, Virginia, September, 2008 TACDL Annual Meeting and CLE Seminar - Defense Champions at Battle: Presenter, Defending the Future: Tennessee s Juvenile Court System Nashville, Tennessee, August 2008 SEALS Conference Presenter, Mexican Curricular Reform Project: Overview of U.S. Clinical Legal Education West Palm Beach, Florida, July 2008
8 TACDL Dismantling the School to Prison Pipeline Organizer and Presenter, Some Nuts and Bolts: Arrest and Processing of Juveniles in TN Nashville, Tennessee, June 2008 TACDL Annual Case Law Review and Legislative Update Presenter, Developments in Tennessee Juvenile Justice Law Knoxville, Tennessee, June 2008 AALS Clinical Legal Education Section Annual Conference Presentation, A New Clinician s Ways of (Un)Knowing: Teaching Social Change at UT Tucson, Arizona, May 2008 SALT Teaching Social Change Conference, University of California, Berkeley Presentation, A New Clinician s Ways of (Un)Knowing Teaching Social Change at UT Berkeley, California, March 2008 University of Akron College of Law, New Women s Legal History Conference Presentation, Anna M. Kross and the Original Problem-Solving Court Movement Akron, Ohio, October 2007 University of Tennessee College of Law Legal, Clinic 60th Anniversary Symposium Co-planner; Juvenile Justice Panel Moderator; Writing Workshop Participant/Presenter Knoxville, Tennessee, September 2007 International Academy of Law and Mental Health, 30th International Congress Presentation, Post-Conviction Competency and the Representation of Criminal Defendants Padua, Italy, June 2007 AALS Clinical Legal Education Section Annual Conference Presentation, Anna M. Kross and the Original Problem-Solving Court Movement New Orleans, Louisiana, May 2007 University of Maryland School of Law, Innovative Practices in Community Justice Presentation, Problem-Solving Courts: Innovation or Reincarnation? Baltimore, Maryland, March 2007 Tennessee Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers 21st Century CLE Program Presentation, Legal and Ethical Implications of Problem Solving Justice Knoxville, Tennessee, October 2006 Southeast Association of Law Schools Conference, New Scholars Panel Emerging Scholars Presentation, An RSVP to Professor Wexler s Warm TJ Invitation Palm Beach, Florida, July 2006 New York University School of Law, Clinical Law Review Writers Workshop Criminal Law Paper Presenter, RSVP to Professor Wexler s Warm TJ Invitation New York, New York, April 2006 University of Georgia School of Law, Working in the Public Interest Conference Panelist, Problems and Possibilities in Indigent Defense Athens, Georgia, April 2006 Mae C. Quinn -- 8
9 Mae C. Quinn -- 9 LEGAL PRACTICE/EXPERIENCE Appellate Advocates, New York, New York Appellate Counsel, Represented indigent criminal defendants on appeal and post-conviction proceedings. The Bronx Defenders, Bronx, New York Staff Attorney, Provided trial-level representation as a public defender in misdemeanor and felony matters. Center for Court Innovation, New York, New York Project Director, The Justice Project, 1999 Coordinated national project funded by DOJ examining the implications of specialized criminal courts. Morvillo, Abramowitz, Grand, Iason, and Silberberg, New York, New York Associate, Served as associate counsel in primarily federal white-collar criminal cases and internal investigations. The Honorable Jack B. Weinstein, United States District Court, Brooklyn, New York Law Clerk, Research and writing primarily in the areas of criminal law, policy, and sentencing. SELECTED LITIGATION AND REPORTED CASES (of approximately 40 briefed/argued cases) Camreta v. Greene, 131 S.Ct (2011)(with clinic students, co-authored amicus brief with Juvenile Law Center; Fourth Amendment case relating to school-based interrogations of child alleged victims and witnesses). Louisiana v. Odenbaugh, 82 So.3d. 215 (2011)(one of three faculty amici in death penalty case raising competence issues; helped edit briefs). In re CCJ et at., 10-cv (E.D. Mo. 2010)(clinic filed lawsuit challenging unilateral transfer practices in St. Louis City schools where children moved to alternative placement without hearings; reached settlement). State v. Burns, 205 S.W.3d 412 (Tenn. 2006)(co-authored amicus brief for TACDL)(addressed issue of jury trial rights for juveniles in Tennessee). People v. Ortiz, 23 A.D.3d 499 (N.Y. App. Div. 2005)(briefed and argued)(remitted for resentencing; three consecutive prison terms of 20 years to life found excessive). People v. Chatman, 14 A.D.3d 620 (N.Y. App. Div. 2004)(briefed and argued)(new trial ordered; judicial interference during trial prejudiced defendant). People v. Zuniga, 303 A.D.2d 773 (N.Y. App. Div. 2003)(argued appeal)(reversed and dismissed; butterfly knife did not constitute a gravity knife under the law). People v. Crider, 301 A.D.2d 612 (N.Y. App. Div. 2003)(briefed and argued)(judgment reversed and new trial ordered because of discovery trap set by the prosecution). People v. Sharpton, 294 A.D.2d 605 (N.Y. App. Div. 2002)(briefed and argued)(sentence reduced).
10 Mae C. Quinn SELECTED HONORS, AWARDS, BOARD POSITIONS AND DESIGNATIONS Chair, Juvenile Justice Committee, Missouri Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys, 2013-present Editorial Board, Clinical Law Review, 2011-present NJDC Juvenile Training Immersion Representative for the State of Missouri, Spring 2013 Columbia Law School, Visiting Scholar, Spring 2012 Legal Services of Eastern Missouri, Ashley Award Honoree for Clinic s Youth Advocacy Work, Fall 2011 Board of Directors, Clinical Legal Education Association, Advisory Board, Brown School of Social Work, Center on Violence and Injury Prevention, Gephardt Institute for Public Service, Community-Based Teaching Grant Award, 2010 ABA Academic Reading Group Member (Criminal Law) for Elena Kagan s Supreme Court Nomination, 2010 Board of Directors, ArchCity Defenders, UT Law s Harold C. Warner Teacher of the Year Award, Spring 2009 UT Chancellor s Banquet Woman of Achievement Award, Spring 2008 Fulbright Senior Specialist, Clinical and Defense Advocacy, Catholic University of Honduras, SELECTED SERVICE TO COMMUNITY AND ACADEMY Organizer, Missouri Post-Miller Implementation/Litigation Working Group, June 2012-present Homeless Adolescent Task Force Member, Legal Services Eastern Missouri, 2010-present Annual Law Women Writing Retreat, Organizer and Participant, 2008-present Faculty Advisor, Client Interviewing and Counseling Competition, Fall 2013 WUSTL Access to Equal Justice Colloquium (Juvenile Justice Post-Graham), Planner/Convener, March 2012 WUSTL Women in Practice - Teaching/Scholarship Roundtable featuring Barbara Babcock 2011 WUSTL New Student Orientation Instructor, Introductory Session ( students), Fall 2012, 2011 WUSTL Women s Law Caucus Student Mentor, WUSTL Junior Faculty Mentor, Law & Social Inquiry, Peer Reviewer, AALS Clinical Section, Junior Faculty Mentor, ; SEALS, Junior Faculty Mentor, 2012, 2010 ABA Women in the Legal Profession, Junior Faculty Mentor, JD/MSW Society, WUSTL Faculty Advisor, WUSTL Committee Service, Ad Hoc Mission Committee, Spring 2014; Student Life, , (Chair); Appointments, ; Curriculum, ; Admissions, Dissertation Committee UT Clinical Psychology Ph.D. Candidate, UT Criminal Law Society, Faculty Advisor, UT Faculty Mentor to 1st Year Law Students, Feminist Criminology, Scholarship Peer Reviewer, UT Introductory Session Instructor, Summer 2007; Summer 2006 Katrina/Gideon Project, Volunteer Attorney/Faculty Supervisor, January 2007 Knox County Juvenile Court, Court of the Future Committee, Knox County Public Defender, CLO, Various Collaborations, UT Law School Committee Service, Admissions, ; Appointments, ; ; Faculty Development, ; Pro Bono/Public Interest, ; ; ; Field Placement Committee, ; Clinic Staff Hiring Committee,
11 Mae C. Quinn UT Law School Community Day, MLK Jr. Luncheon, Faculty Host, Moot Court Practice Judge, Numerous Competitions, National Assoc. of Women Lawyers, Student Paper Contest Reader, 2007; 2008 Knox County Pro Bono Representation and ACLU Volunteer Counsel, Students for the Study of Law and Culture, Faculty Advisor-New Organization, 2008 Tennessee Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Chair, Juvenile Justice Committee, Tennessee Bar Association, Juvenile and Children s Law Section, Tennessee Innocence Project, Volunteer Attorney, UT Association of Women Faculty, Board, ; Acting Chair, Fall 2007 BAR MEMBERSHIPS Missouri New York Tennessee Washington D.C. (inactive) U.S. District Court, ED-MO U.S. District Court, ED-NY (inactive)