Attorney Profile : David E. Mullis

B.S., M.A., J.d., LL.M.
Valdosta, Gergia


David Mullis has been admitted to practice law by the State Bar of Georgia since his graduation from Walter F. George School of Law (Mercer University) in 1989. David grew up in Valdosta, Lowndes County, Georgia where he obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Valdosta State College (now Valdosta State University). His post college degrees include a Master of Arts in Biblical Studies, a Juris Doctorate, and a Master of Laws in Taxation. David’s strength is his versatility. He has represented clients in most areas of law, which together with his education and legal experience, gives him an advantage in identifying issues needing resolution and formulating winning legal theories.


David has represented over 100 business clients, 1500 debtor bankruptcy clients, 3000 cases as a Chapter 7 Trustee, 100 real estate clients, 200 criminal defense clients, 90 civil litigation clients, 90 estate clients, 70 domestic relations clients and various other clients such as personal injury, workers compensation, social security, probates, guardianships, adoptions and name changes.


J.D. cum laude/Top 15 percent (20 out of 137)
93rd percentile on Law School Admissions Test (LSAT)
Full Scholarship to Law School
Law Review/Managing Editor’s Staff
American Jurisprudence Award – Business Associations II
Moot Court Competition
National Trial Competition
Client Counseling Competition
Who’s Who Among American Law Students (9th Edition)
Who’s Who Among Top Executives
Governor’s Short List of Superior Court Judge Appointment Candidates


University of Florida College of Law, Graduate Tax Program, Gainesville, Florida (1995)
Walter F. George School of Law, Mercer University, Macon, Georgia (1989)
Regent University (formerly CBN University), Virginia Beach, Virginia (1984)
Valdosta State University (formerly Valdosta State College), Valdosta, Georgia (1981)
Valdosta High School, Valdosta, Georgia (1976)


Note: McCleskey v. Kemp: An Equal Protection Challenge to Capital Punishment, Thomas J. Smith, Jr., and David E. Mullis, 39 Mer. L. Rev., Number 2, Winter 1988.


North Valdosta Rotary Club
New Covenant Church
Youth Sports Coach