N. Brock Collins
Brock Collins is a 1996 graduate of the University of Kentucky College of Law, where he served as Notes Editor on the Kentucky Law Journal. His interest in the law stems from a First Amendment law course he took as a journalism major at Indiana University. After law school, Collins spent a decade clerking for a number of judges at the state and federal level, first in Kentucky and later in South Carolina.
In 2006, he joined the faculty at the Charleston School of Law to teach legal research, analysis, and writing to first-year students. In his eight year career there, Collins also acted as the school's first Director of Academic Success and later as the Director of Bar Preparation, teaching both bar prep and legal writing as well as coaching mock trial tournament teams. After some life changes, Collins has recently moved to the Triangle area with his wife (a doctor at UNC) and two cats. He also has a daughter at art school in Chicago.