Thomas Ullmann joined the New Haven Public Defender’s office in 1980 and was named chief public defender in the office in 1992 maintaining his supervisory position in the Judicial District court since that time. He has provided and continues to provide indigent clients with legal defense in major felony cases in the New Haven Judicial District. Ullmann is a member of theConnecticut Sentencing Commission, a member of the advisory board of the Connecticut Law Tribune, and past president of the Connecticut Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, and is a Clinical Visiting Lecturer in Law at Yale Law School. This lecture will focus on his experiences working as a public defender, and his insight regarding the New Haven community.
This is the second lecture of St. Anthony Hall’s public lecture series. St. Anthony Hall is a 3 year undergraduate society that aims to foster the intellectual and personal development of its members.
**All events are free and open to the public.**