Our strength lies

in our differences.

Collins Einhorn Farrell adheres to a strict policy against discrimination and harassment based on race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran's status, genetic information, or any other legally protected status. The goal is a collegial and respectful work-related environment with respect and dignity for everyone.
We have experienced firsthand that excellence has no age requirements; what matters to us is competence, hard-work, and collaboration. Collins Einhorn has a robust variety of team members, ranging from students and recent grads, established professionals, and post-retirees. Regardless of where you land in the generational spectrum, you are considered an equally valuable part of our team with a perspective worthy of being heard.
At Collins Einhorn, we focus on the talents and abilities of our team members, not their limitations. Individuals with disabilities will be considered for employment and accommodated pursuant to the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and/or the Michigan Persons with Disabilities Civil Rights Act (MPWDCR).
At Collins Einhorn, everyone possesses equal opportunities regardless of gender. The proof: 47% of our firm leadership (partners, shareholders, and administrative management) are female. This includes our CEO and co-managing partner, Theresa Asoklis. We believe that our gender-diverse team is a valuable asset, and we compensate our employees as such, ensuring equal pay and professional development opportunities.
& Ethnicity
Racial, ethnic, and religious diversity in our firm enriches our daily environment. Diversity not only improves our company culture but also provides us with the multicultural perspective needed to provide the best service to our clients.
Whether you are currently transitioning into a civilian career or served in the past, military training and experience are highly valued for their ability to promote strong discipline, teamwork, problem-solving skills, and leadership. At Collins Einhorn, we believe the knowledge you've obtained serving our country can translate into a fulfilling career as part of our team.
Family &
At Collins Einhorn, we believe that it is critical to provide our team with the resources and schedule flexibility they need to maintain balance in their life outside work. Our family-friendly benefits include flex-time, half-day Fridays in the summer, and a generous parental leave policy.
Being yourself is not something you should have to compromise as you build a career. The Firm prohibits discrimination and/ or harassment of employees or candidates on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity.
Collins Einhorn Farrell encourages students from every social and economic background to consider a career in the legal profession. We strive to support these students in the realization of their full potential. Our approach to diversity is an investment in the future of our practice and in the broader legal profession.

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The Collins Einhorn Farrell commitment to diversity and inclusion is demonstrated by our sustained investments in the community. We have supported and participated in organizations that open pathways in the legal profession. These include:

American Bar Association CLEO (College Legal Education Opportunity): We are proud to support and sponsor a scholarship to the Prelaw Summer Institute, a month-long intensive academic program designed to increase economically disadvantaged students’ LSAT scores and prepare them for the rigors of law school.

Wolverine Bar Association: We support the Judicial Externship Program, a summer-long program that places promising minority law students in the chambers of U.S. District Court and Supreme Court judges. We are also proud sponsors of the annual Barristers Ball, the WBA’s primary fundraising event.

“Just the Beginning Foundation” High School Summer Legal Institute: We sponsor this week-long “discover the law” program for Detroit high school students, run by United States District Court Judge Victoria Roberts. Last year, 32 aspiring law students from 22 high schools participated.

D. Augustus Straker Bar Association: Collins Einhorn Farrell supports the Martin Luther King Drum Major for Justice Advocacy Competition. Additionally, Collins Einhorn Farrell attorneys have been active members of the Association, whose mission is to increase minority representation in the legal profession, to support legal practice opportunities for women and minorities, and to facilitate equal justice for all citizens in Oakland County.

Melissa E. Graves is a past president of the Oakland County Women’s Bar Association and a number of our female associates participate as members of the organization.

Neil MacCallum, one of our former managing partners, has served as Oakland County Bar Association Diversity Committee Chair.

Collins Einhorn Farrell is a member of the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law Black Law Students Association.

Our firm has also participated in the Cooley-Auburn Hills Black Law Students Association Balancing Scales Scholarship.

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