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Alex Park, Patrick Quinn, and Justin Joy Elected Members of the American Inns of Court

The American Inns of Court is an amalgam of judges, lawyers, and law professors who meet from time to time to “break bread” and discuss issues such as ethics, professionalism, and civility. The Memphis Chapter of the American Inns of Court is the Leo S. Bearman, Sr. Chapter.

Several LT Memphis lawyers have been named leaders of this Chapter over the years.

We are pleased to report that on June 20, Justin Joy, Alex Park and Patrick Quinn were elected to be new members of the Leo S. Bearman, Sr. Chapter of the Americans Inns of Court.

We congratulate Justin, Alex and Patrick on this well-deserved honor.

 

Alexander ParkMr. Park graduated from the Pennsylvania State University, Dickinson School of Law in May 2016.  During law school he was elected President of the Penn State Student Bar Association and served as Executive Comments Editor for the Yearbook on Arbitration and Mediation, an academic journal focused on alternative dispute resolution. Additionally, he was an extern for the Honorable John E. Jones, III of the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania.

 

Patrick QuinnMr. Quinn graduated from the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law in 2016.  During law school, he served as Notes Editor on the editorial board of Vol. 46 of the University of Memphis Law Review, was selected for a two-year position as Senior Student Justice on the Honor Council, and served as a student ambassador, orientation leader, and peer mentor.  In 2013, Mr. Quinn received the Dean’s Award for Excellence for Best Memorandum.

 

Joy-9936Mr. Joy has a variety of experience in various civil litigation matters including business and commercial litigation, insurance coverage disputes, healthcare liability defense, personal injury and business torts.  He also represents media organizations and journalists in defamation actions and other matters.  Mr. Joy has been involved in a number of jury trials to verdict.