If you are a victim, family member, lawyer seeking co-counsel or consulting assistance, and are in need of highly skilled legal assistance, you are encouraged to call Corinne Mullen for a free evaluation of your claim, if your situation involves:
Federal criminal cases Serious personal injury or wrongful death Automobile accidents Injury from a defective product, including drug, appliance, medical devices Denial of insurance benefits Insurance bad faith Elder abuse or injury Sexual harassment or discrimination Medical negligence First Amendment and media law Internet publishing Civil Personal Injury
In civil actions, Corinne seeks the maximum recovery for victims of serious accidents, including automobile accidents, medical negligence, elder abuse, civil rights and sexual harassment. Her practice extends through New Jersey and New York.
First Amendment Law and Internet Publishing
Ms. Mullen also has substantial expertise in the area of First Amendment and libel law, having represented newspapers, magazines, and online publishers for 20 years.
Corinne Mullen is frequently consulted by other lawyers in personal injury and other cases to co-counsel with them, as a trial consultant. She operates at this aspect of her practice under the trade name Second Chair Trial Consulting.The Trial Lawyer’s College
Corinne Mullen has served as a staff instructor at the nationally renowned Trial Lawyers College since 2001. Recently, she was recognized by the College for donating more than 10 years teaching at the college.
The Trial Lawyers College was founded by renowned trial lawyer Gerry Spence. Mr. Spence and his law partner Robert Rose conceived of the Trial Lawyers College as a place for lawyers to be trained to return to the legal world and try cases for people against formidable corporations, insurance companies and the government.
The Trial Lawyer’s College selects 100 applicants nationally each year to attend a three-week program in Wyoming, and trains them to represent people, not corporations or insurance companies, in cases around the country. Lawyers who go to the Trial Lawyers College return to their practices renewed personally and professionally to fight for their clients, real people, in difficult cases.
The instructors at the Trial Lawyers’ College include prominent trial lawyers from around the United States. The teaching staff donates their time to train these lawyers to represent the common man and to create justice in the United States. The staff donates their time to teaching at the college and at regional seminars around the country to equal the playing field in United States courts for the common man against significant corporate insurance and government interests.
Corinne Mullen attended the trial lawyers College in 1997 and has been on the teaching staff since 2001. Recently, she was recognized in the “Warrior” magazine as a staff instructor who has donated more than 10 years of her time to training lawyers in the pursuit of justice for people around the United States.