T. J. Mullin
Law Office

Educational Background

T. J. Mullin graduated from St. Louis University (AB 1970) Magna Cum Laude. During his junior year, he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa, the most prestigious academic honor society in the U. S., honoring his scholastic achievements.

Mr. Mullin attended the University of Chicago Law School and received his Juris Doctorate Degree in 1973.

A member of the Reserve Officer Training Corp, he was commissioned as Regular Army Infantry Branch Officer in 1970 and transferred to the Judge Advocate General’s Corp after receiving his law degree.  He served as a Captain.
 

Upon leaving active duty, Mr. Mullin was awarded the United States Army’s Meritorious Service Medal for services he performed while in the military.  Among his duties, he ran the Legal Assistance Office for military personnel.

Since opening his office in 1976 in Clayton, Missouri, Mr. Mullin has specialized in consumer law, originally handling divorces, wills, bankruptcies, and adoptions.   In 1989, he decided to limit his practice to Bankruptcy.   He is widely recognized as an expert in this field.