BG Welcomes New Lawyer Paul-Kalvin Collins to Washington, D.C. Office


May 14, 2024: National law firm Bailey & Glasser, LLP announces that Paul-Kalvin Collins has joined the firm’s Washington, D.C. office as a lawyer in its national Commercial & Environmental Litigation Practice Group.  

Cary Joshi, Bailey Glasser’s Commercial & Environmental Litigation Practice Group Leader, stated: “Congratulations to our newest D.C. attorney, Paul-Kalvin Collins. Paul-Kalvin brings unique work experience from his previous career and education that will be valuable to the clients we serve.”

As part of the Commercial and Environmental Litigation team, Paul-Kalvin will represent clients in complex, high-stakes litigation across the full spectrum of business interests. He will also be assisting in matters with the firm’s corporate practice group, which handles corporate and commercial transactional matters of many kinds.

Paul-Kalvin is a 2023 graduate of Georgetown University Law Center, where he took part in Georgetown’s Street Law Program, Student Bar Association, and Black Law Student Association. While also studying at Georgetown, Paul-Kalvin was a law clerk and summer associate with Bailey Glasser, as well as a summer law clerk in the Civil Division of the D.C. Superior Court.

Paul-Kalvin previously was the Director of Urban Teachers, an alternative teacher preparation program located in Baltimore, Maryland. He has more than 10 years of educational leadership experience including a Master of Arts in Secondary Education and Teaching from the Relay Graduate School of Education. Paul-Kalvin graduated cum laude from Morehouse College where he obtained a Bachelor of Science in Psychology/Pre-Med and Neuroscience, and he also obtained a Master of Science, magna cum laude, from Georgia State University where he studied Neurobiology and Behavior. 

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