Quinten is an Associate Attorney with Koprince Law LLC. He focuses his practice on providing solutions to all types of challenges in the realm of government contract law. Quinten is able to lean on his litigation background to be an adept counselor in various bid, size, and status protests before the GAO and SBA area office.
Prior to joining Koprince Law, Quinten spent two years learning how to effectively manage cases at a civil litigation firm in Kansas City. Through assisting with the administration of cases at both the state and federal levels, Quinten has developed useful legal knowledge and skills which he draws from to be a competent advocate for clients.
Quinten has garnered considerable experience with researching complex legal issues, which he relies on together with his education in business and commercial law to provide the best counsel possible for clients navigating the intricacies of federal government contracting. Quinten attended law school at the University of Kansas School of Law, where he was a Cottonwood Scholar. While at KU Law, he received certificates in International Trade and Finance, and Business and Commercial Law. He also provided extensive research and drafting as a student assistant for International Trade Law courses.
Quinten received his B.S. from Truman State University, where he met his wife, and they now have a son. While not at the office, Quinten enjoys spending time with his wife, son, family and friends. He was a pitcher for two years in college, and still enjoys playing and watching sports. He also enjoys getting enthralled into a good show or movie.
- J.D., The University of Kansas School of Law
- Certificates in International Trade and Finance, and Business and Commercial Law, The University of Kansas School of Law
- B.S., Truman State University
Professional Associations & Memberships
- Missouri Bar Association
- Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association
- You May Dig Yourself into the Mud by Failing to Use the Standard Form for Your Bid Bond, SmallGovCon 2020
- Too Little Too Late Taken Literally When It Comes To Agency-Level Protests, SmallGov Con 2020
- Including Dollar Amount in Claim “Sum Certain”-ly Serious Business, SmallGovCon 2020
- 8(a) Participants to Receive One-Year Extension Through COVID-19 Bill, SmallGovCon 2020