Judge Raheem L. Mullins became a judge of the Appellate Court on May
6, 2014, after having been nominated by Governor Dannel P. Malloy and
approved by the General Assembly. Prior to this appointment, Judge
Mullins served as a Judge of the Superior Court, having been nominated
by Governor Malloy in 2012.
Judge Mullins received his Bachelor of Arts degree in sociology
from Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts in 2001 and his Juris
Doctor from Northeastern University School of Law in 2004. Judge Mullins
is admitted to the Bar of the United States Supreme Court as well as the
Prior to his appointment to the bench, Judge
Mullins was an Assistant State’s Attorney for the Appellate Bureau,
Division of Criminal Justice, in Rocky Hill, and an Assistant Attorney
General in the Child Protection Division in Hartford. He worked as a law
clerk for the Honorable Frederick L. Brown of the Massachusetts Appeals
Court from 2004 to 2005.
Judge Mullins is a member
of the Oliver Ellsworth Inn of Court and the George W. Crawford Black
Bar Association. He also served as a member of the Young Lawyers Section
of the Connecticut Bar Association, the Board of Directors for the Fund
for Greater Hartford and, in 2007, as an Executive Committee Member of
the Government Division of the Connecticut Bar Association.