Kelly Quillin seeks to hold businesses accountable and recover losses for individuals and institutional investors caused by corporate wrongdoing and misconduct.
Kelly is a member of the litigation teams representing investors as lead counsel in securities and consumer fraud class actions filed against Twitter, Inc. and Qualcomm, Inc. She has also assisted in the litigations filed against St. Jude Medical, Inc., LIBOR, American Realty Capital, and 3D Systems Corp. She was also involved in the litigation against NASDAQ and NYSE, among other defendants, related to high frequency trading.
Acting as a liaison among counsel, attorney review teams, vendors and data management personnel, Kelly oversees teams that conduct discovery and research in order to further complex securities litigation, including implementing best practices regarding e-discovery strategies in large scale, complex, and document-intensive cases. She has experience in advanced analytic technologies and technology assisted review processes.
Prior to joining the firm, she clerked for the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office in Chicago, assisting with legal filings, court appearances and research in the Felony Trial Division.
In 2012, while completing her legal studies in Chicago, Kelly served as a judicial extern for U.S. District Judge Jon E. DeGuilio for the Northern District of Indiana, where she drafted proposed opinions, orders and memoranda. While completing her undergraduate studies, she interned for the Southern District of Indiana Clerk’s Office.
Kelly applies her legal knowledge to benefit the less fortunate by providing assistance and access to judicial services through the Charleston Pro Bono organization.
J.D., The John Marshall Law School, 2014
B.S., Indiana University, 2010
American Association for Justice
American Bar Association
South Carolina Bar Association
Charleston County Bar Association
- South Carolina
Admitted to Practice Before
U.S. District Court for the District of South Carolina