- J.D., University of Michigan Law School 2021
- B.A. in History and Spanish, Rollins College 2016
- Fulbright Scholar to Colombia, 2016
- Speaks Fluent Spanish
- Member of Michigan Bar
Cameron Mullins received his undergraduate degree from Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida where he graduated Manga Cum Laude with a double major in history and Spanish. During his undergraduate years, he served as the vice president of the Phi Alpha Theta historical honor society and president of the Rollins rock climbing club.
Following graduation, he received a Fulbright Scholarship to Neiva, Colombia, where he worked as an English teacher at the Universidad Surcolombiana. He then worked as an Auxiliar de Conversación in Galicia, Spain, where he taught English to a variety of elementary school aged children. In addition to helping him develop fluency in Spanish, these experiences inspired him to continue working in the international sphere.
Mr. Mullins was then accepted with a Dean’s Scholarship to the University of Michigan Law School. While at the University of Michigan, he served as articles editor for the Michigan Journal of International Law. Additionally, he worked as an intern for the Honorable Bruce J. McGiverin for the District Court of Puerto Rico, where he dealt with a wide variety of both civil and criminal matters in both English and Spanish. He also interned at a large law firm in Santiago, Chile, where he dealt with a large range of corporate matters pertaining to both American and Chilean law.
At Antone, Casagrande & Adwers, Mr. Mullins practice’ encompasses a wide variety of areas. He has worked on cases involving business visitors, commuter green cards, adjustment of status for TN visa holders, and naturalization applications.