Quinn Christie

Biography

Quinn Christie
Quinn Christie is an associate in the Weil’s Employment Litigation Practice Group. Mr. Christie represents clients in a wide range of labor and employment disputes, including discrimination, wage and hour, and restrictive covenant claims in state and federal courts nationwide.

Mr. Christie also has experience counseling employers on various matters, including in connection with collective bargaining agreements, WARN Act disputes, reductions in workforce, and workplace safety procedures, including in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. He also assists employers navigate employment-related matters stemming from corporate transactions and bankruptcies.

Mr. Christie graduated from Rutgers University, cum laude, in 2015, and received his J.D. from Columbia Law School in 2019, where he was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar and Teaching Fellow. During law school, he worked as an employment law intern with the Legal Aid Society of NYC where he composed briefs and argued before the New York Supreme Court and New York Appellate Division, First Department and provided other pro bono services to underserved New York City workers.