BA, 1963, JD 1967, University of Kentucky; MA, 1964, University of Chicago
Professor Mullins joined the faculty in 1980. Before that, he served in the Navy JAG Corps from 1967-1971. From 1971-80 he held various positions as an attorney in the United States Department of Labor. His work included drafting legislation, dealing with issues of statutory interpretation and administrative law, and serving as the first Department of Labor Associate Solicitor for Mine Safety & Health. In law school, he was Associate Editor of the Kentucky Law Journal and was named to the Order of the Coif. He has written A Handbook for Legislative Drafters, the 3rd Edition of the Manual for Administrative Law Judges, and several law journal articles. His courses include Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, Workers’ Compensation, Legislation, and Jurisprudence.