“I’m excited about being on the GreeneHurlocker team and partnering with clients who are growing and expanding their businesses.”
Collin Atkins is an associate in the firm with a practice in business and corporate law, especially in the solar energy industry. He also works in the agribusiness, technology, and other business sectors. In the solar industry, Collin’s experience has involved project acquisition and sale transactions for solar companies operating around the country, power purchase agreements, solar leases, and engineering and construction contracts common in the solar industry.
Collin also works with clients who require advice in business formation, contract drafting and negotiation and other ongoing legal concerns. He has represented business clients at various stages of growth and across different industries. Collin has extensive experience drafting and negotiating a wide variety of agreements and has served as in-house counsel for a corporation in the industrial materials sector.
Collin earned his undergraduate degree in history from Presbyterian College in Clinton, South Carolina. He then earned his J.D. at the William & Mary Law School, where he was a graduate research fellow and a member of the William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal.
Collin enjoys running, hiking, fly fishing and spending time outdoors.
Virginia Bar Association
College of William & Mary Law School, Juris Doctor, 2013
Presbyterian College, Bachelor of Arts in History, 2010, summa cum laude