About Collins

Collins is a member of Atrium’s FinTech and Blockchain practice where he advises founders, companies, and investors working on fintech, cryptocurrency, and blockchain projects. His practice focuses on a range of corporate, transactional, and regulatory matters, including securities laws, corporate governance, and equity and debt financings. As an avid gamer and an early adopter of digital assets, Collins pairs his legal knowledge with the unique perspective of an end user and enthusiast to better serve his clients.

Prior to working at Atrium, Collins was a corporate and securities associate at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati where he worked with high growth technology companies, venture capital investors, and entrepreneurs. At WSGR, Collins often served as "outside general counsel," assisting in a range of corporate matters, including securities offerings and M&A deals, corporate governance, and other corporate and regulatory matters related to both private and public companies. Prior to becoming an attorney, Collins worked at the University of Southern California Credit Union assisting with backend operations, including compliance and KYC/AML matters.

Collins received his J.D., cum laude, from the University of Michigan Law School. During law school, Collins interned at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and assisted domestic and international entrepreneurs with their emerging companies as a student attorney.

Education and

  • Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, P.C.
  • University of Michigan Law School
  • University of Southern California

Practices and

  • Blockchain and Cryptocurrency
  • FinTech
  • Emerging Companies
  • Venture Capital
  • Private Company Representation
  • Capital Markets
  • Corporate Governance

“In any emerging industry, those that become truly expert are those that are able to constantly learn and share knowledge with as many legitimate viewpoints as possible. Atrium’s model affords me the ability to dive deep with my clients, engage with the community, and spend as much time as possible learning and sharing knowledge.

I decided that if I wanted to devote my all to something, I wanted to do so at a place that would allow me to foster the best skills and acumen to do so. Atrium provided me that space.”