Columbus attorney Collin Brown devotes his practice to all areas of family law. Growing up in Upper Arlington, Collin learned the importance of service to others and leading with integrity. He knew from an early age that he wanted to follow in the footsteps of his father, uncle, and grandfather as a family law attorney.
In 2013, Collin graduated from The Ohio State University with a degree in Political Science, with concentrations in International Relations and Political Leadership and Reform. In 2016, he earned his law degree from Capital University Law School with a concentration in Children and Family Law. While in law school, Collin gained significant practical legal experience working as an intern with the Ohio Bureau of Worker’s Compensation and served as a law clerk for a family law firm and in the felony division of the Franklin County Public Defender’s office.
In his free time, Collin serves as a volunteer rowing coach for several rowing organizations in Columbus and is involved in local and state political campaigns.
Past Employment Positions
• Ohio Bureau of Worker’s Compensation, Intern
• Franklin County Public Defender’s office, Clerk
Pro Bono Activities
• Columbus, Ohio Volunteer Rowing Coach
• Central Ohio Sigma Chi Alumni Chapter
Professional Associations and Memberships• Columbus Bar Association
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