Quinn Le Frois
Quinn Le Frois is from Irvine, California. She has a Bachelor’s of Science in Food Science and Technology from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL). Her food science degree consisted of microbiology and chemistry-based courses such as food quality assurance, food product development, and food engineering. During her undergraduate program, Quinn studied abroad in Spain and France. She traveled throughout Spain and France studying the agricultural practices of both large and small farms.
Quinn also was a Food Microbiology lab assistant during her time at UNL. She assisted graduate students and professors with their food microbiology-based research projects involving Salmonella and E. Coli.
Currently, she is in her second year at Drake University Law School. Her passion is food law and she is participating in the Food and Agricultural Law Certificate Program. On campus, Quinn is a Food Law Liaison with the Drake Agricultural and Environmental Law Association and is an active member of the Christian Legal Society, Drake Law Women, and Inns of Mediation.
Over the summer, Quinn interned with the Immigrant Legal Center (ILC). ILC is a non-profit organization based in Omaha, Nebraska. She worked alongside attorneys in immigration court, performed legal research on DACA and human trafficking issues and investigated potential asylum cases. Also during the summer, Quinn volunteered at a Refugee Legal Clinic in Omaha. As part of the clinic, she helped refugees fill out applications for green-card status.