Charles Lee Mudd Jr. has operated his own law firm since 2001. In the last eleven years, the firm has grown to become an internationally recognized diversified practice providing representation to a clientele comprised of local, national, and international individuals and business organizations.
Prior to starting his own firm, Charles worked for Cummings & Lockwood in Stamford, Connecticut in its commercial litigation and emerging technologies groups. His tenure at Cummings & Lockwood followed a two-year clerkship with the Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals of Indiana and a one-year clerkship with a United States Distict Court Judge in Bridgeport, Connecticut
Charles received his B.A. from Purdue University in 1990. While in college, Charles interned with U.S Senator Charles S. Robb of Virginia; served as Executive Director, Senator, and Student Body Treasurer of the Purdue Student Government; served as a student member of several University Senate Committees; and worked in the American Association of University Students.
Upon graduating from Purdue, he worked for nearly three years as a caseworker with the State of Indiana’s Division of Family and Children. While working for the State of Indiana, Charles obtained his M.A. in political science from Purdue University. Charles was admitted to the Indiana State Bar in 1997, the Illinois State Bar in 1998, the Connecticut State Bar in 2000, and the Utah State Bar in 2007.
He remains an active member of each of these state bars. Charles is admitted to the Supreme Court of the United States as well as the Sixth and Seventh Circuits of the United States Courts of Appeals. He is admitted to the trial bar of the United States District Court, Northern District of Illinois.
He is also admitted to the bars of the Northern District of Indiana, Central District of Illinois, Northern District of Florida, the District of Colorado, and the District of Utah.
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