Jim Mullen is a passionate and driven advocate for those in need. After completing his undergraduate degree in finance from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Jim worked in corporate foreign exchange as a treasury analyst. Despite finding success in this field, Jim’s desire to help others naturally lead him to a career in nursing. After graduating in the top 20% of his nursing school class, Jim spent the next four years working in critical care and trauma settings at safety net hospitals and high-volume emergency rooms such as Grady Memorial in Atlanta, Georgia and most recently as a charge nurse at Methodist Charlton in South Dallas.
This experience gave Jim a first-hand look at the devastation a traumatic accident can have not only on the victim, but an entire family. With that in mind, Jim pursued a law degree at UNT Dallas College of Law where he collected numerous honors and awards including serving as the acquisitions editor for the On The Cusp law review, winning the UNT Dallas College of Law judge’s gavel moot court competition, and ultimately graduated magna cum laude.
Jim is admitted to practice in all state courts in Texas, as well as the Federal District courts in Texas: Northern, Eastern, Southern and Western Districts
Jim and his wife Gina are the proud parents of two beautiful daughters. Jim enjoys playing golf poorly and is an avid football fan.