I originally grew up in Fargo, North Dakota with my parents, Bruce and Robbie, and two siblings, Mitchell and Anna Danielle. Law has been an interest for me since as early as junior high, as my dad has forged an admirable legal career as a prosecutor, defense attorney, and long time adjunct professor at the University of North Dakota School of Law.
After graduating High School from Oak Grove Lutheran School in North Fargo, I moved to Saint Peter, MN and attended Gustavus Adolphus College. In 2005, I graduated with concentrations in English and Philosophy and followed the family footsteps to UND Law in Grand Forks.
Immediately after graduating from Law School, I took and passed the North Dakota Bar Exam and moved to Bismarck, ND where I accepted a position working as a state-employed Public Defender. During this time, I had the opportunity to practice criminal defense exclusively, and really learn the trade with many excellent individuals. Our office handled everything from B Misdemeanor Minors in Possession of Marijuana to AA Felony Murder or GSI cases. My first solo Felony jury trial involved 14 counts of Attempted Murder.
From September 2008 until January 2013, I worked as a full-time Public Defender in the South Central Judicial District. My caseload ranged anywhere from 50 to 100+ open cases, with all types of felony and misdemeanor charges. It was a very rewarding experience, but after 4+ years, I desired to move on with my legal career and opened Robert Quick Law on January 14, 2013.
Opening my own firm allowed me the legal independence I crave, while I continue to grow as an attorney and native North Dakotan.
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