B.A., John Carroll University; J.D., Georgetown Law
Professor Mullin serves as Assistant U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia, where he represents the United States in federal cases involving white collar and violent crime. He has served as lead counsel in two dozen trials and secured the extradition and conviction of foreign nationals charged with hate crimes against peaceful protestors. He received multiple Special Act Awards during his government service. Before joining the U.S. Attorney’s Office, he practiced for nearly a decade at Akin Gump, where he represented clients in state and federal courts and managed cross-border investigations of public corruption in Ukraine, China, and the Middle East. He is a recipient of the Hughes-Gossett Literary Prize from the Supreme Court Historical Society.