Chadwick W. Collings

Chad Collings

Chadwick W. Collings


Chadwick W. Collings currently serves as the firm’s managing partner, a position he assumed on January 1, 2021.  Mr. Collings graduated from Louisiana State University with a Bachelor of Arts in 1994 and he received his Juris Doctor from Louisiana State University Paul M. Hebert Center for Law in 1997.

Since beginning his practice of law, Mr. Collings has almost exclusively been engaged in the areas of litigation and representing various businesses, governmental entities and insurers.  He has successfully tried cases before Federal and State district courts and has argued numerous appellate cases before the U.S. Fifth Circuit, the Louisiana Supreme Court, and multiple appellate courts throughout Louisiana.

In 2021, Mr. Collings successfully completed the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office P.O.S.T. 1 Reserve Academy, which allows him to better understand and represent first responders.

Mr. Collings is a veteran of the Louisiana Army National Guard, having served as an infantryman for 7 years.  He was honorably discharged in 1996.

Mr. Collings currently resides in Mandeville, Louisiana with his wife, Linda, and his sons Matthew and Jack.


Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Bachelor of Arts, 1994

Louisiana State University Paul M. Hebert Center for Law, Juris Doctor, 1997


Louisiana State Courts

United States District Courts for the Eastern, Western and Middle Districts of Louisiana

United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit

United States Supreme Court


Former Chairman, St. Tammany Development District

Former Member Board of Directors, St. Tammany Parish Economic Development Foundation

Former Member Board of Directors, East St. Tammany Parish Chamber of Commerce

Former Board Member, East St. Tammany Parish Habitat for Humanity


where you can find Chadwick
  • 68031 Capital Trace Row
  • Mandeville, LA 70471
  • Telephone: 985-292-2000
  • Direct: 985-292-2004
  • Facsimile: 985-292-2001
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