Aaron M. Collins

Aaron earned his law degree in 2015, with high honors, from the University of Texas School of Law, where he was named Associate Editor of the Texas Law Review, Chancellor-at-Large, and Order of the Coif.

He began his career as a judicial clerk for Judge Royce Lamberth at the United States District Court for the District of Columbia. During his time as a Federal Court Clerk, Aaron sharpened his abilities to objectively evaluate cases, understand the contours of a case and spot the most critical issues; skills that serve him well in his litigation practice.

Aaron represents both plaintiffs and defendants in a wide variety of complex commercial litigation.

Representative Matters

Defended major pharmaceutical company against allegations of Medicaid fraud brought by Attorney General

Representation of major pharmaceutical company in multidistrict litigation and individual lawsuits brought by government entities concerning prescription opioids

Obtained summary judgment in favor of defendant in legal malpractice case

Representation of numerous small businesses in matters including breach of contract, business tort, and copyright infringement

Recognitions & Awards

Judicial Clerk — United States District Court for District of Columbia, 2015-2016

Associate Editor, Texas Law Review (Vol. 92)


Order of the Coif

Bar Admissions & Activities

Admitted to the State Bar of Texas and the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas


University of Oregon, B.A., 2009

University of Texas School of Law, J.D., with high honors, 2015