Sean Mullen's practice focuses primarily on general and complex commercial litigation.

Prior to and during law school, Sean served 14 years on active duty and an additional six years on reserve duty in the United States Marine Corps, retiring shortly before joining the firm. 

During law school, Sean served as Articles & Symposia Editor of the Stetson Law Review. He was the recipient of the Stetson Law Review Leadership Award and is a published author in the Stetson Law Review, Volume 50, Issue 1. Sean also competed as an advocate on Stetson’s Moot Court Board. His accomplishments included winning the 2019 National Veterans Law Moot Court Competition and being selected to the national Order of Barristers.

In addition, he served as a teaching assistant to two criminal law classes, one property law class, and three research & writing classes. 

Outside of the office, Sean enjoys playing basketball, umpiring high school baseball, spending time with his family, following the University of Florida athletics, and cheering on all of Tampa Bay’s sports teams.

Credentials & Experience


University of South Florida, B.A., 2017, summa cum laude

  • King O'Neil Scholar Award Recipient 

Stetson University College of Law, J.D., 2020, magna cum laude

  • Ethics and Advocacy Award Recipient 
  • Stetson Law Review, Articles and Symposia Editor
    • Stetson Law Review Leadership Award Recipient 
  • Stetson Law Moot Court Board
    • 2019 National Veterans Law Moot Court Competition, Best Team 
  • Order of Barristers 
  • Teaching Assistant: Legal Research and Writing, Property, Criminal Law 

Bar Admissions

The Florida Bar

Professional & Civic

Military Service

  • United States Marine Corps


Articles & Publications

  • Sean Mullen, The Hidden Crisis at the Border: The Government’s Carte
    Blanche Access to Travelers’ Electronic Devices and the Need to
    Reimplement Reasonableness, 50 Stetson L. Rev. 233 (2020)

Practice Focus

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