Professor Carl Ullman was, for 25 years, the Director of the Water Adjudication Project for the Klamath tribes in Chiloquin, Oregon. He represented the tribes in water and other natural resource issues in state and federal courts and in legislative and agency proceedings. He has practiced in the fields of Indian law for 30 years and water law for 25 years. He previously served as Attorney General of the Federated States of Micronesia, the highest legal position in the Pacific island nation, and as Managing Attorney of the Office of the Reservation Attorney of the Quinault Indian Nation, representing the nation in land use and fishing litigation.
Professor Ullman earned an LLM from Yale University in 1988, a JD from the University of Washington in 1976, and a BA, cum laude, at Knox College in 1970. He is admitted to practice in the Klamath Tribal Court, State Courts in Washington and Oregon, the Ninth Circuit, the Supreme Court of the United States, the Supreme Court of the Federated States of Micronesia, and the Court of Federal Claims.
MJ Courses Taught: Rise of International Indigenous Rights