Christopher Furlong first joined Mueller Law as a law clerk while still a law student and has been with the firm as an associate attorney since 2014. Chris’ practice focuses primarily on False Claims Act litigation as well as commercial litigation, consumer protection cases and intellectual property matters. He has a wide range of experience in all aspects of litigation, arbitration, mediation and appeals.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Chris studied philosophy at Harvard University where he taught courses on practical ethics and political theory at the Kennedy School of Government. In law school, Chris represented the University of Texas at National Moot Court Competitions and served on the editorial board of the Texas Journal of International Law.
University of Texas at Austin, J.D. 2013
Harvard University, A.M. in Philosophy 2010.
University of Texas at Austin, B.A. in Philosophy 2000.
Licensed to Practice
United States District Court, District of Massachusetts