• Michael T. Mulligan2016 – Guest Lecture – The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms – Camosun College
  • 2016 – Continuing Legal Education Society of BC – faculty member – Electronic Evidence and eDiscovery
  • 2016 – Guest Lecture – University of Victoria Law School – Ethics and Professionalism
  • 2016 – Guest Lecture – Criminal Law II class at UVic Law School
  • 2016 – VLSA – guest speaker – Human Rights Tribunal and First Nations Children
  • 2016 – UVic Law School Wilson Moot team – practice judge
  • 2015 – Recipient of the 2015 Contribution To The Law Award from the Victoria Bar Association
  • 2015 – Guest Lecture – University of Victoria Law School – Ethics and Professionalism
  • 2015 – Weekly guest on CFAX 1070 – Legally Speaking – past episodes
  • 2015 – Law Society PLTC mock civil trial judge
  • 2015 – Victoria Legal Support Staff Association – guest speaker
  • 2015 – UVic Law School Wilson Moot team – practice judge
  • 2015 – Guest Lecture – Criminal Law II class at UVic Law School
  • 2015 – Recipient of the 2015 Canadian Bar Association SOGIC Ally Award
  • 2014 – Lawyers’ Rights Watch Canada – panel moderator – The Right to Legal Aid: A Guide to International Law Rights to Legal Aid
  • 2014 – Guest Lecture – University of Victoria Law School – Ethics and Professionalism
  • 2014 – Continuing Legal Education Society of BC – co-chair – Computer Forensics in Civil and Criminal Litigation course
  • 2014 – Law Society of BC – member of Access to Legal Services Advisory Committee
  • 2014 – Law Society PLTC mock civil trial judge
  • 2014 – University of Victoria Law School Gale Cup Moot team – assistance with preparation for competition
  • 2014 – University of Victoria Law School Wilson Moot team – assistance with preparation for competition
  • 2012 – 2014 – Guest lecture on computer forensics to forensic accounting class at Camosun College
  • 2012 – Speaker at Victoria Family Court and Youth Justice Committee on the topic of Judicial Independence
  • 2012 – Computer and Enterprise Investigation Conference – Las Vegas
  • 2011 – Continuing Legal Education Society of BC Course – co-chair – Computer Forensics course
  • 2011 – Recipient of the Pamela Murray Award from the Victoria Bar Association for maintaining high professional standards and contributing substantially to the well being of the local bar
  • 2011 – Law Society PLTC mock civil trial judge
  • 2011 – Computer and Enterprise Investigation Conference – Orlando
  • 2011 – Presentation – E-Discovery in a New Age – Webinar
  • 2010 – Member of the Executive of  Canadian Bar Association National Criminal Section
  • 2010 – Vancouver Criminal Justice Section – Guest speaker on computer forensics and criminal law
  • 2010 – Victoria Criminal Justice Section – Guest speaker on computer forensics and criminal law
  • 2010 – Law Society PLTC mock civil trial judge
  • 2010 – Computer and Enterprise Investigation Conference – Las Vegas
  • 2010 – Guest speaker University of Victoria Criminal Law Club – sentencing
  • 2010 – Guest lecturer at University of Victoria Law School – mock trial team
  • 2009 – Encase Field Intelligence Model – Network Forensics – Los Angeles California
  • 2009 – Encase – Mobile Phone Forensics training – Los Angeles California
  • 2009 – Encase Advanced Internet Examinations – Washington DC
  • 2009 – Encase Network Intrusion Investigations training – London England
  • 2009 – Encase Advanced Computer Forensics training – Los Angeles California
  • 2009 – Encase Computer Forensics II training – Chicago Illinois
  • 2008 – Encase Computer Forensics I training – Houston Texas
  • 2008 – Guest lecturer at University of Victoria Law School – sentencing
  • 2008 – Guest lecturer at University of Victoria Law School – advocacy
  • 2006 – Participant in International Tribunals and International Criminal Court training at Royal Roads University
  • 2006 – Guest lecturer for Law Courts Education Society – Victoria BC
  • 2006 – Guest lecturer at University of Victoria Law School criminal procedure class
  • 2006 – Guest lecturer at University of Victoria Law School advocacy class
  • 2005 – Speaker at Saanich Police Department Block Training on search warrants
  • 2005 – Lecturer at Canadian Officer Safety Conference on expert evidence
  • 2004 – 2005 – Law Society PLTC mock civil trial judge
  • 2004 to 2007 – Elected to a three year term as a member of Provincial Council – BC Branch of Canadian Bar Association
  • 2004 – 2005 – Executive of the BC Branch of the Canadian Bar Association
    • Executive liaison to the CBABC legal aid committee
  • 1999 to present – Member of The International Society for the Reform of Criminal Law
  • 1999 – Member of Justice Sub-Committee of Capital Regional Action Team Against Sexually Exploited Youth
  • 2002 to present – Principal to students enrolled in the Law Centre Clinical Program of the University of Victoria Law School
  • 2002 – Member of Prostitution Law Advisory Group
  • 2002 to 2010 – Member of Victoria Courthouse User Group Committee
  • 2001 to 2004 – Chair of the Victoria Criminal Justice Section of the Canadian Bar Association
    • Advocacy work with respect to the Criminal Caseflow Management Rules; organizing and chairing meetings, media relations
  • 1998 to 2004 – Attendance at Federation of Law Societies National Criminal Law Program – Victoria, Montreal, Calgary, Vancouver, Charlottetown, Ottawa and Halifax
  • 2004 – Law Society PLTC mock civil trial judge
  • 2004 – Lecturer at Victoria Police Department legal update seminars
  • 2000 to 2003 – Guest lecturer for Criminal Procedure class at The University of Victoria Law School
  • 1998 to present – Private practice in Victoria BC: Mulligan Tam Pearson
    • criminal, civil and administrative law work at all levels of court in British Columbia
  • 1998 to present – Member of the Law Society of British Columbia, Canadian Bar Association and Victoria Bar Association
  • 1997 to 1998 – Articled at the Department of Justice – Vancouver Office
    • drug prosecutions, income tax, aboriginal law and civil litigation
  • 1997 – Graduate of the University of Victoria Law School