Hugh Michael Mundy
Professor of Law
Building & Room:
300 S. State Street, Chicago, Illinois 60604
Hugh Mundy teaches Evidence, Criminal Procedure, Trial Advocacy, and Lawyering Skills. Before entering academia, he was an assistant federal public defender in the Middle District of Tennessee and in the Southern District of New York. He also argued multiple appellate cases in the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.
Professor Mundy began his legal career clerking for Judge A. Richard Caputo at the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania. He also served as an Equal Justice Works Fellow at the Tennessee Justice Center, focusing on impact litigation to expand services for children under Tennessee’s Medicaid program.
A graduate of the University of Notre Dame, Professor Mundy received his law degree from the Catholic University of America where he was a Charles & Louise O'Brien Public Interest Fellow and a Dulin-Hayes Law & Public Policy Fellow.
Professor Mundy’s scholarship focuses on access to justice for marginalized communities. His articles have been published in the Fordham Law Review, UCLA Criminal Justice Law Review, and Boston College Journal of Law and Social Justice. His most recent article, co-authored with Professor Marc Ginsberg, will be published in the forthcoming edition of the Albany Law Review.