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Edwin T. Mulock

Edwin T. Mulock Attorney at LawA triple transplant survivor, with a contagious laugh and a self-professed weakness for brightly colored neckties, Eddie Mulock naturally stands out in a crowd. This prominent Bradenton attorney with an innate passion for helping people does everything from play calling for the Manatee High School football team to championing for special needs kids.

But he feels most at home shining in his element: the courtroom.The life of a trial lawyer is challenging and stressful more so than other types of law practice but I thrive on it! says Mulock, a trial lawyer for civil litigation and criminal cases who opened his practice in 1967 and specializes in wrongful death and personal injury as well as criminal defense.

After graduating from Stetson Law School, Mulock a Manatee High grad argued on both sides of the court: prosecution and defense. He first worked as a Public Defender and then for the State Attorney's office before opening his own firm, a move that has brought him a life bedecked with high-profile cases and career accolades.

For the second year in a row, Florida Super Lawyers Magazine has named him a top Florida attorney. He shines on the 2008 Super Lawyers list, a prestigious distinction he shares with only 5 percent of attorneys in Florida. Peers in the law profession help choose who earns a spot on the coveted list, a resource for those seeking standout attorneys.Mulock inspires people with his strength outside of court, too. In 1995 he had a heart transplant and in 2006 a liver & kidney transplant. Transplant survivors count the years, says Mulock. Every year you get is a free year!

Mulock turned his medical challenges into something positive for others. While in the hospital for his heart transplant, children battling illnesses inspired Mulock to form Foundation for Dreams, a non-profit organization that funds his supremely successful creation, Dream Oaks Camp. There, children with illnesses or disabilities can enjoy a safe and memorable overnight camping experience, a new delight for many of them.

Mulock's attitude is always upbeat, even in his serious profession. I'm in court a lot, he says. I don't like sitting behind a desk I like being in the courtroom. For me, that's practicing law!

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Eddie Mulock's attitude is always positive and upbeat, even in his serious profession. I like being in the courtroom. For me, that's practicing law!

A triple transplant survivor, with a contagious laugh and a self-professed weakness for brightly colored neckties, Eddie Mulock naturally stands out in a crowd. This prominent Bradenton attorney with an innate passion for helping people has done everything from play calling for the Manatee High School football team to championing for special needs kids.

But he feels most at home shining in his element: the courtroom.The life of a trial lawyer is challenging and stressful more so than other types of law practice but I thrive on it! says Mulock, a trial lawyer for civil litigation and criminal cases who opened his practice in 1967 and specializes in wrongful death and personal injury as well as criminal defense.

After graduating from Stetson Law School, Mulock a Manatee High grad argued on both sides of the court: prosecution and defense. He first worked as a Public Defender and then for the State Attorney's Office before opening his own firm, a move that has brought him a life bedecked with high-profile cases and career accolades.

For the second year in a row, Florida Super Lawyers Magazine has named him a top Florida attorney. He shines on the 2008 Super Lawyers list, a prestigious distinction he shares with only 5 percent of attorneys in Florida. Peers in the law profession help choose who earns a spot on the coveted list, a resource for those seeking standout attorneys.Mulock inspires people with his strength in and out of the courtroom. In 1995 he had a heart transplant and in 2006 a liver & kidney transplant. Transplant survivors count the years, says Mulock his famous grin. Every year you get is a free year!

Mulock has turned his medical challenges into something positive for others. While in the hospital for his heart transplant, children battling illnesses inspired Mulock to form in 1995 the Foundation for Dreams, a non-profit organization that funds his supremely successful creation, Dream Oaks Camp. At the camp, children with serious illnesses or disabilities can enjoy a safe and memorable overnight camping experience, a new delight for many of them.

Mulock's attitude is always positive and upbeat, even in his serious profession. I'm in court a lot, he says. I don't like sitting behind a desk I like being in the courtroom. For me, that's practicing law!

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