Mark B. Bullman

Mark Bullman has been a practicing trial attorney for the past twenty-four years in state and federal courts and is a member of the bars of the United States District Court for Colorado, the Northern and Middle Districts of Georgia, the 10th and 11th Circuit Courts of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court. He is licensed to practice in both Colorado and Georgia. Even before graduating from law school, he was involved in the preparation and trial of cases through his law school’s Third-Year Practice Act.


Mark practices in the areas of fishing and wildlife law, law enforcement liability, leases, gun rights and safety, and civil litigation. As an avid outdoorsman,

Mark enjoys fly-fishing, hiking, sky-diving, horseback riding, SCUBA diving, shooting, archery and other outdoor activities and understands the importance of the proper and fair application of wildlife regulations and the Second and Forth Amendments.

Mark attended the University of Georgia, where he received his undergraduate degree and his juris doctorate. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa, magna cum laude and with departmental honors. He is a former police officer and deputy sheriff, during which time he was a road and traffic officer and crime prevention supervisor.

Mark has taught classes to other attorneys, judges and other legal staff on the topics of law enforcement liability, municipal liability and civil rights law. He sas been the keynote speaker for Georgia’s Prosecuting Attorneys’ Council and was recently been asked to write a chapter in a treatise on civil rights litigation.

He has been a lecturer on various topics in the legal field and has been featured in both local and national print and television news stories regarding various cases. Mark was an adjunct professor, teaching civil litigation in a paralegal studies program for several years and worked for United States Senator Sam Nunn in Washington, D.C., where he assisted with various legislative matters and helped review and investigate nominees to the United States Supreme Court.

Mark has been a founder, officer, board member and/or volunteer for various charitable organizations, including BARKs (a charity for retired police canine officers), SOC-F (Special Operations Care Fund which helps members of the Special Operations Forces community and their families) and the Crime Victims Advocacy Council (CVAC) where he lobbied for the passage of crime victim legislation and established a scholarship program for the families of crime victims. He was honored by a Georgia State Senate resolution for his work for crime victims.

Education

  • University of Georgia School of Law, J.D. – May 1993
    • Closing Argument Competition Judge
    • Mock Trial Board Advisor
    • Prosecutorial Clinic
  • University of Georgia, Bach
  • elor of Arts – August 1988
    • Political Science Departmental Highest Honors
    • Graduated with High Honors, magna cum laude
    • President, Pi Sigma Alpha – National Political Science Honor Society

Bar Memberships

  • United States Supreme Court
  • 10th Circuit Court of Appeals
  • 11th Circuit Court of Appeals
  • United States District Court for Colorado
  • United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia
  • United States District Court for the Middle District of Georgia