Donald Ryan Mullenix focuses his practice on areas such as appeals and civil rights. He set up his law firm Mullenix Law, PLLC in 2013. He attended the University of Arkansas School of Law and obtained his Juris Doctorate in the year 2013.
He passed the bar exam and earned the license to practice law in the state of Arkansas in the same year. Before studying law, he graduated from Arkansas State University and earned a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Corporate Finance.
He provides research assistance for the annual update to Arkansas’s Civil Practice & Procedure from West’s Arkansas Practice Series to Judge Brandon Harrison of the Appeals Court of Arkansas as well as Judge D. Price Marshall Jr. of the Eastern District Court of Arkansas.
Donald R. Mullenix served as an extern for U.S. Chief Magistrate Judge James R. Marschewski of the Western District of Arkansas while studying in the law school. He also served as an assistant to Arkansas State University professor Dr. Hans Hacker and coded U.S. Supreme Court memos in a study on the Court’s decision to grant certiorari.
The American Collegiate Moot Court Association honored him with the National Championship Brief Award in the year 2009. He has obtained memberships of professional associations such as the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and Arkansas Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.