Brittany Collins is a 2013 graduate of Capital University Law School. She was admitted to practice in Ohio that same year.
During law school, Ms. Collins advanced her litigation skills by competing with the Mock Trial team and through participation in Trial and Appellate Advocacy courses. Through each experience, Ms. Collins handled the trial process from start to finish by completing briefs, oral arguments, compiling evidence, and trials.
Ms. Collins has also demonstrated her dedication to public service through her work with the Foster Youth Advocacy Center, where she assisted former foster youth with their transition into independent adult living. She also gained extensive research skills through her work with the National Center for Adoption Law and Policy. Her dedication to public service was recognized when she graduated with Pro Bono Legal Honors.
During her undergraduate career, Ms. Collins completed internships for judges in both the Municipal and Common Pleas courts, observing first-hand how to properly defend clients with criminal cases.
On June 25, 2014, Ms. Collins accepted the position of Municipal Trial Counsel with the Hamilton County Public Defender’s Office. She now represents individuals with a variety of misdemeanor cases.