Collin D. Hatcher
Collin Hatcher, another Marietta native, graduated with honors from Kennesaw State University in 2011 where he received his B.S. in political science. Collin later earned his law degree from Samford University's Cumberland School of Law. While at Cumberland, Collin was heavily involved in the Trial Advocacy program, serving as a member of Cumberland's Nation Trial Team and as a Director on the Trial Advocacy Board. In addition, Collin served as the Research and Writing Editor on the American Journal of Trial Advocacy, in which he has been published twice. He later served as a Judge Abraham Caruthers Fellow for Cumberland's Lawyering and Legal Reasoning Program. In 2016, Collin was selected to compete in Baylor Law School’s Top Gun Trial Competition. The Top Gun Competition is by invitation only, and only sixteen law students from across the entire country are invited each year.
Collin is currently licensed to practice law in Georgia and Alabama with a focus in general litigation. He has experience in various types of contract, business, construction, and insurance coverage litigation, as well as shareholder disputes and corporate breakups, land disputes, post-judgment litigation, and litigation regarding wills, trusts, and estates.
Cumberland School of Law, Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama
Trial Advocacy program
Member of Cumberland’s Nation Trial Team
Director on the Trial Advocacy Board
Law Journal: American Journal of Trial Advocacy, Research and Writing Editor
Kennesaw State University
Graduated in 2011 with honors