RALEIGH, N.C. – Campbell Law Assistant Clinic Professor Allegra Collins is one of 170 attorneys named to the inaugural N.C. Pro Bono Honor Society. Collins and her colleagues were recognized for each having donated 50 or more hours of legal services during 2016 through the state’s inaugural voluntary pro bono reporting effort.

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“I am honored to have been recognized by the North Carolina Supreme Court for my pro bono legal services and I am pleased to join this list of accomplished attorneys,” said Collins. “I am grateful for the opportunity to use my appellate skills and knowledge to help ensure access to justice for all citizens of our state.”

Collins is the director of the externship program at Campbell Law. She also teaches Judicial Writing, Legal Research and Writing, and Remedies. She joined the full-time faculty at Campbell Law as the interim director of legal research and writing and visiting assistant professor prior to the 2015-16 academic year.

An appellate attorney with extensive experience in appellate law and the North Carolina appellate court system, she is founding member of Allegra Collins Law, which focuses exclusively on appellate litigation, and practices regularly before the North Carolina Supreme Court and Court of Appeals. Collins is a member of the North Carolina Bar Association’s Appellate Rules Committee and Appellate Practice Section, and the Legal Writing Institute.

Collins recently announced her candidacy for the upcoming North Carolina Court of Appeals election.

Original Publication: Campbell University, May 30, 2017