Collin uses his legal research and writing skills to serve a wide array of clients in both state and federal court. Whether its drafting motions or facilitating discovery, he provides a level of calm even in the most time-sensitive situations.

Although keen on thinking in the abstract, Collin is equally able to help articulate practical solutions and provide thoughtful analysis to every issue presented before him.

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  • 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)