Grover Collins, the founding attorney of Collins Legal, has been named a Fellow of the Nashville Bar Foundation. The Nashville Bar Foundation’s Fellows Program was established as a way for the bar to honor its colleagues who have contributed significantly to the community. Fellows are selected by their peers, and each class is limited to 2% of the bar in Nashville.
Collins, a longtime Nashvillian, earned his bachelor’s degrees in Business Management and Political Science from Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tennessee, and his Juris Doctor degree from Memphis University at the Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law.
Collins started Collins Legal in 2013 after having served as an Assistant District Attorney in Davidson, Marshall, Bedford, Lincoln and Moore counties from 2009-2013.
Among his many professional achievements, Collins is the current chairman of the Nashville Bar Association, Real Estate Committee, past chairman of the Nashville Bar Association, Criminal Law Committee and former faculty member of Nashville State Community College.
In addition to his legal pursuits, Collins has served as board member of several local non-profits including the Phoenix Club and The District Nashville.
You can connect with Grover here.
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