Andy McNulty, Associate

AMcNulty@KLN-law.com

PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND

 

Andy McNulty joined Killmer, Lane & Newman, LLP in 2015. Mr. McNulty has experience litigating

civil rights cases, specifically those involving the First, Fourth, Eighth, and Fourteenth Amendments.

He works tirelessly to protect the civil and constitutional rights of all.

 

Prior to relocating to Colorado, Mr. McNulty was a Jay A. Pritzker fellow at the ACLU of Missouri. As a fellow, Mr. McNulty litigated First Amendment cases on behalf of protesters and reporters who took to the streets in the wake of the shooting death of Michael Brown, helped bring marriage equality to Missouri, protected the rights of the incarcerated, and advocated for greater government transparency in the administration of the death penalty.

 

While attending Northwestern University School of Law, Mr. McNulty fought to bring comprehensive reform to the Cook County Jail and the Illinois parole system as a student in the Bluhm Legal Clinic’s MacArthur Justice Center and provided free legal services to students and parents at schools on Chicago’s south and west side. Mr. McNulty has also campaigned for prison, education, and juvenile justice reform in the Deep South through legal action and advocacy as an intern with the Southern Poverty Law Center.

 

Before attending law school, Mr. McNulty served the St. Louis community as a member of the Americorps program in which he tutored and mentored second grade students at Dunbar Elementary and operated a winter warming shelter.

 

EDUCATION 

 

Mr. McNulty holds a Juris Doctorate from the Northwestern University School of Law, where he was an articles editor of the Northwestern Journal of Law and Social Policy and earned senior research honors for his comment entitled A Practical Guide to Litigating Prison Mail Policies. He also received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Saint Louis University.

 

BAR ADMISSIONS 

 

Mr. McNulty is admitted to practice law in the States of Colorado and Missouri; the United States District Court for the District of Colorado, the Eastern District of Missouri, and the Western District of Missouri; and the Eighth and Tenth Circuit Courts of Appeals.

 

AWARDS

  • Jay A. Pritzker Fellowship
     

  • Owen L. Coon & James A. Rahl Senior Research Program Honors
     

  • Northwestern Law Public Service Star

PRESENTATIONS

  • First Amendment Free Speech, Colorado Trial Lawyers Association, Denver, Colorado (January 2017)

  • The Missouri Sunshine Law and Government Transparency, International Visitor Leadership Program, St. Louis, Missouri (April 2015)

  • First Amendment for the General Practitioner, Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis, St. Louis, Missouri (June 2015)

  • The State of Civil Rights Litigation in Missouri, St. Louis Paralegal Association, St. Louis, Missouri (July 2015)

 

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