Practice & Background
Connor Mullin helps companies and individuals reduce the legal and reputational risks associated with allegations of misconduct. He has argued before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit and represented clients in state and federal trial courts and arbitration proceedings across the country. Among other white collar matters, he has defended principals of government contracting companies against bribery and fraud charges and successfully challenged the government’s pretrial seizure of corporate assets.
Mr. Mullin has extensive international advocacy experience. He advises multinational companies in connection with cross-border disputes, enforcement of foreign judgments, and international human rights laws. He has conducted corporate internal investigations involving claims of FCPA violations at a joint venture based in China and allegations of unlawful capital accumulation on the part of a major Ukrainian industrial company. He also provides strategic counsel to international clients confronted with false media reports.
In addition, Mr. Mullin advises leading educational institutions regarding litigation exposure and compliance issues. He has experience with Title IX investigations at colleges and universities and serves as an advisor on Title IX issues to a leading victims’ advocacy organization.
Mr. Mullin attended Georgetown University Law School, where he was managing editor of the Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics. A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Mr. Mullin received his B.A. in English from John Carroll University, where he served as the commencement speaker and won the Millor Oratory Award.
Awards & Accolades
- Named “Rising Star” by Washington, D.C. Super Lawyers (2016)
- Won the Supreme Court Historical Society’s 2010 Hughes-Gossett Award for writing about trial lawyer Edward Bennett Williams.