A lawyer at Lewis, Owens and Mulherin, a firm concentrating on personal injury cases, Joseph Mulherin previously practiced law at Bouhan, Williams and Levy for 16 years, where he focused on civil litigation.
A member of the Savannah and American Bar Associations and the American Association for Justice, Mulherin focuses on automobile collision, medical misconduct and workplace injury cases.
Mulherin graduated from the University of Georgia and went on to earn his J.D. from the university's Law School.
A fourth-generation Irish-American with roots in County Mayo, he believes that being Irish means "sharing a sense of pride with others in the many accomplishments of the Irish and enjoying a camaraderie with other Irish people resulting from the many hardships our people have overcome."
An active participant in the Ancient Order of Hibernians's annual Irish road bowling competition, Mulherin enjoys the tunes of both the Clancy Brothers and The Chieftains.
He lives in Georgia and is married with a son and a daughter.
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