Christopher R. Mullen

Contact Info:

591 Mantua Boulevard, Suite 200
Sewell, NJ 08080

Direct: 856.369.3010
Mobile: 610.955.5315
Fax: 856.232.1601

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Christopher Mullen is a member of the firm’s corporate and real estate groups. He joined Lauletta Birnbaum upon graduating law school with experience in corporate law, commercial real estate transactions, and mergers and acquisitions.

Prior Experience
During law school, Christopher excelled in the Business and Entrepreneurship Concentration at Drexel University’s Thomas R. Kline School of Law. Christopher was a member of the school’s Entrepreneurial Law Clinic where he provided legal assistance to local startup companies, one of whom has recently been accepted to Y Combinator’s Startup School. Additionally, Christopher spent a semester working in Duane Morris’ Banking Litigation Department and currently manages a growing real estate investment portfolio.

Prior to attending law school, Christopher held multiple positions in the finance and commercial real estate industries. Christopher worked for Kroll Bond Rating Agency Inc. as a commercial mortgage backed securities analyst, where he monitored credit performance and provided monthly valuations and surveillance on a wide range of commercial real estate assets throughout the county. Additionally, Christopher worked in CBRE Inc.’s Capital Markets and Institutional Properties group, where he assisted brokers in the acquisition and disposition of office, multifamily, and industrial assets.

Bar Admissions
New Jersey

Education
J.D., with honors in the Business & Entrepreneurship Concentration, Drexel University (2019)
B.A., Finance and Real Estate, Temple University (2014)

Honors, Awards, and Publications
Christopher participated in the 2018 LawMeets® Competition where his team won “Best Draft” at Georgetown University for their draft of a Stock Purchase Agreement surrounding a hypothetical $2 billion leveraged buyout.

A strong writer and editor, Christopher served as a Staff Member on the Drexel Law Review Volume XI; where he published Places of Public Accommodation: Americans with Disabilities and the Battle for Internet Accessibility.

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