We founded Collins Technology Law more than ten years ago on the premise that a legal partner should be practical, smart, and responsive - but most importantly, should provide an accurate risk assessment so that you can make informed decisions. As entrepreneurs and members of the technology community ourselves, our integrity, empathy, and commitment have made Collins Technology Law a valuable partner to businesses around the country.

Rob Collins

Owner and Founder

In addition to providing legal services to the technology community for almost twenty years, Rob is also a technology entrepreneur and advisor. His straightforward style and practical business approach have consistently assisted clients to achieve their goals and objectives. His experience in co-founding and running two companies equips him with a unique perspective among attorneys on how legal services fit within an entire business. Rob also plays an active role in the community, assisting several legal and non-legal community groups. His activities include:
  • Board Member: Diagnostic Biochips, Inc.
  • Board Member and Corporate Secretary: Chesapeake Regional Tech Council (2007-2014)
  • Board Member: Chesapeake Montessori School (2011-2017)
  • Board Member: Severna Park Community Center (2007-2012)
  • Lecturer: University of Illinois, University of Maryland, Johns Hopkins University, and George Washington University
  • Member: Maryland Bar; District of Columbia Bar
  • Business Advisor to Early-Stage Companies

Rob Collins' Education

  • George Washington University National Law Center (with High Honors; Order of the Coif)
  • Wesleyan University (with Honors)

Alexandra Collins

Owner and Founder

Alex Collins serves as a key advisor to technology businesses on all aspects of their transactional needs. Her analytic skills and high-level approach to problem-solving have facilitated many technology and other commercial transactions. Alex has extensive experience representing clients in large-scale technology projects, including multimillion-dollar technology licensing, procurement, development, and integration projects, in both the public and private sectors. Her representative transactions include ERP system integrations, software licensing and development agreements, reseller and private label agreements, joint venture arrangements, and consulting services agreements. In addition, she counsels on Internet and e-commerce initiatives, software development issues, and confidentiality and intellectual property considerations.

Alexandra Collins' Education

  • Northwestern University School of Law
  • University of Pennsylvania (with Honors)