Collin is a trial-experienced attorney representing a wide variety of clients in state and federal courts. He regularly represents clients in commercial, higher education and civil rights lawsuits, and provides practical guidance at each step of the litigation process. Collin achieves successful results by developing creative strategies to ensure that clients’ underlying interests—whether financial, reputational or ethical—are served and protected.

Whether he is drafting pleadings, arguing motions or trying a case, Collin is prepared and provides a level of calm even in the most time-sensitive situations.

  • Member, Order of the Coif
  • Member, Justinian Honor Society
  • Form and Accuracy Editor, Syracuse Law Review, Volume 70
  • Recipient, Frederick J. Scullin, Jr., Scholarship
  • Recipient, Cornelius W. Wickersham Jr. Award (Recognizing Highest Rank in Constitutional Law)
  • Recipient, Scribes Award (Recognizing Outstanding Legal Writing in Law School)
  • Recipient, 2L Editor of the Year Award (Recognizing an Outstanding Editor of the Syracuse Law Review)
  • Recipient, CALI Award (Recognizing Highest Grade in Torts, Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law I & II, Commercial Transactions, New York Civil Practice, Professional Responsibility, Legal Communication & Research I, II & III)

  • "New York State’s Eviction Moratorium Has Expired," Central New York Business Journal, January 31, 2022
  • "Free Speech is Not Cheap: Protecting Mandatory Student Activity Fees Post-Janus," 70 SYRACUSE L. REV. 918 (2020)
  • Co-author, "Mass Shootings, Legislative Responses and Public Policy: An Endless Cycle of Inaction," 5 EMORY L. J. 69 (2020)
  • Co-author, "Barriers to the Ballot: Implications for the Development of State and National Crime Policies," 30 CRIM. JUST. STUD. 276 (2017)