Brigid E. Collins

Brigid Collins served the Parish of Orleans for seven years as a Magistrate Commissioner. She serves as a court appointed neutral/mediator for the Hurricane Ida Claims in the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Louisiana, 24th Judicial District Court for the Parish of Jefferson, and Orleans Civil District Court. She is a full-time mediator available to handle mediations throughout the State of Louisiana.



Ms. Collins graduated from Loyola University College of Law in 2003. She began her career as an Assistant District Attorney in Orleans Parish. She has also worked as Assistant Attorney General in the Appellate Division of the Florida Attorney General's office. Additionally, she has worked as a litigator with a focus on insurance, personal injury, and general casualty litigation. Ms. Collins is admitted to practice law in Louisiana, U.S. District Courts: Western, Middle and Eastern District of Louisiana as well as Florida.

Ms. Collins completed the AA White Dispute Resolution Center Mediation Training through the University of Houston.

Ms. Collins is the Secretary for the New Orleans Bar Association's Inn of Court, the Chair of the Criminal Justice Committee, and is the Secretary for the Loyola Law Alumni Association. She also volunteers her time as the Governance Chair for Providence Community Housing and coaching youth soccer.

University of Houston Law Center's A.A. White Dispute Resolution Center Louisiana State Bar Association New Orleans Bar Association New Orleans Bar Association Inn of Court Florida Bar