LAW WEEK COLORADO
Norman Mueller was elected to the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers board of directors at the association’s 59th annual meeting in Palm Beach, Florida on Aug. 13.
Mueller began his career as a deputy state public defender in Colorado in 1974. He went on to found Allen Foreman and Mueller in 1980 before joining Haddon Morgan and Foreman in 1983.
Mueller’s commitment to professional activities is long-standing. He has served on the Colorado Supreme Court Committee on Appellate Rules since 1986. He is chair of the Judicial Performance Commission for the 2nd Judicial District, a member of the Criminal Pattern Jury Instruction Committee for the 10th Circuit, and he served two terms as the Colorado representative of the 10th Circuit Criminal Justice Act Standing Committee. He is also serving his second term as a member of the Colorado Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice. Mueller is the 10th Circuit co-chair for the Amicus Committee of NACDL and was first elected to the NACDL board in 2011. He is a past president of the Colorado Criminal Defense Bar and has served on the Executive Council of the Criminal Law Section of the Colorado Bar Association since 1985.
Mueller received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Kansas and his law degree from Yale Law School.