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Thomas Ullmann

Visiting Clinical Lecturer in Law and Supervising Attorney
Thomas Ullmann is a Clinical Visiting Lecturer in Law at Yale Law School and a public defender for the New Haven Judicial District. He joined the New Haven Public Defender's office in 1985 and was named chief public defender in 1992. In his role, Ullmann provides indigent clients with legal defenses in major felony cases in the towns and cities that comprise the New Haven Judicial District. He was recognized as a "Champion of Liberty" by the Connecticut Criminal Defense Lawyers Association in 2011 and for "Distinguished Service to the Bar" by the Connecticut Law Tribune in 1995. A graduate of Quinnipiac College and the University of Connecticut School of Law, Ullmann is a member of the Connecticut Sentencing Commission, a member of the advisory board of the Connecticut Law Tribune, and past president of the Connecticut Criminal Defense Lawyers Association.

Education
J.D., University of Connecticut School of Law, 1980
B.S., Quinnipiac College, 1972

Course Taught
 
Criminal Justice Clinic