Sep 2009 - Present
Aug 1987 - May 1989
IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law
Charity: Special Olympics (Volunteer of Year for local organization in 2007) coach & referee
Interests: sports (football, baseball, basketball, track; women's volleyball, basketball & soccer); golf nationally & internationally; woodworking; home improvement; horticulture
Sports (football, baseball, basketball, track; women's volleyball, basketball & soccer); golf nationally & internationally; woodworking; home improvement; horticulture
Special Olympics (Volunteer of Year for local organization in 2007) coach & referee
A longtime member of the legal sector, Marc Quinlivan has provided litigation support and services to the Chicago community since he graduated from law school in 1989. As the Managing Partner of Chicago Litigation Solutions, which offers electronic discovery services, he holds responsibility for the firm's growth and has played an integral role in creating its strategic sales and marketing plans. Marc Quinlivan began providing electronic discovery services when he founded RDS, LLC, another litigation support company, in 2003.Before entering the legal business sector, Marc Quinlivan spent more than 10 years as a practicing attorney. He joined Bollinger Ruberry & Garvey as an Associate Attorney and ultimately became a Partner. During his time with the firm, he handled complex commercial litigation, medical malpractice suits, and tort litigation. Mr. Quinlivan earned his Juris Doctor from Illinois Institute of Technology Chicago-Kent College of Law and won an American Jurisprudence Award for Trial Advocacy. He also completed coursework toward his Master of Business Administration at the same institution. Marc Quinlivan finished his undergraduate studies at Yale University in the mid-1980s, earning a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics, Economics, and Philosophy. During his collegiate career, he played Ivy League football and competed on the institution's track team. After leaving Yale, he signed as a free agent with the Pittsburgh Steelers, with which he served briefly as a professional Receiver before enrolling in law school. He continues to enjoy such sports as baseball, basketball, golf, and football. Marc Quinlivan regularly donates his time to Special Olympics as a coach and referee, and in 2007, he earned recognition as Volunteer of the Year.