The Honorable Patrick A. Mulloy served five two-year terms on the twelve member, bipartisan, U.S.– China Economic and Security Review Commission (see www.uscc.gov). He presently practices as a trade lawyer and political consultant to non-profit groups interested in reforming U.S. trade and economic policies including for the President Emeritus of the Alfred P. Sloan foundation. He also serves on the adjunct faculty at the Catholic University Law School where he has taught International Trade Law for a dozen years. He has testified before Congress on international trade and finance matters several times and served as an Assistant Secretary in the Clinton Administration in the Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration. Prior to that he served as General Counsel and Chief International Counsel on the staff of the U.S. Senate Banking Committee. Earlier in his career he served as a trial lawyer in the U.S. Justice Department and a Foreign Service Officer in the U.S. State Department.
Mr. Mulloy received his LL.M from Harvard University Law School, his J.D. (with honors) from the George Washington University Law School, an M.A In International Politics from the University of Notre Dame where he was a University Fellow, and a B.A. (magna cum laude) in Government from King’s College.