Terrence G. Quinn, Esq
Terrence G. Quinn, Esq. is President of The TGQ Law Firm, and is licensed to practice law by the State Bar of Michigan. Terrence received his law degree from the University of Michigan Law School. While in law school Terrence served as Recruiting Coordinator for the Black Law Students’ Alliance and was a Contributing Editor to the Michigan Technology and Telecommunications Law Review. Prior to his time in law school, Terrence earned his Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. While there, Terrence was also an active member of the Michigan Wolverine football team, including participation as an active member of the 1997 National Championship team. Terrence also served as a Student Athlete Advisory Council member while completing his undergraduate degree. Clearly representative of the best in students and student athletes, Terrence brings with him a litany of honors and accomplishments, including having been recognized by his hometown City of Flint with “Terrence Quinn Day” and by receiving the Key to the City.
Following law school, Terrence joined the S.E. Michigan branch of a full-sized Michigan law firm where he practiced primarily with the Trust and Estates Practice Group. In 2008, Terrence opened and founded The Law Office of Terrence G. Quinn, PLC, now known as The TGQ Law Firm, where he now practices. Currently holding a Certificate of Completion in the areas of Probate and Estate Planning issued by the Institute of Continuing Legal Education (“ICLE”) and the Probate and Estate Planning Section of the State Bar of Michigan, Terrence continues to serve his clients’ estate planning and probate needs. He also assists individuals with Elder Law matters and serves as a Business Formation and Planning legal consultant.
In early 2015 Terrence was recognized by the National Black Attorneys as a Top 100 Black Attorney in Michigan and was also appoint to the Character and Fitness Committee of the State Bar of Michigan later in the year. Terrence is now an ICLE contributor, and has served as a speaker and faculty for ICLE’s Probate and Estate Planning Institute as well as ICLE’s Elder Law Institute. Terrence frequently conducts additional seminars and workshops before universities, church congregations and other organizations. Terrence is currently a member of the Wolverine Bar Association, Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti Chamber of Commerce, and has participated in the American Bar Association and numerous charitable organizations in his local community.
If you are interested in securing a speaking engagement with Terrence, please contact him.