Temple University- James E. Beasley School of Law; Loyola University of Chicago
JD- Doctor of Law- Temple University- James E. Beasley School of Law, 1994; Master of Arts (M.A.)- Philosophy- Loyola University of Chicago, 1985
Firearms; National Security; Criminal Justice; Homeland Security; Policy; Developing Innovative Strategy; Counterterrorism; Public Safety; Protection; Federal Law; Government; Crisis Management; Internal Relations; Emergency Management; Leadership Development; Process Improvement; Counterintelligence; Explosives; Negotiation; Leading Change; Implementation of Effective Teams; Program Management; Intelligence; Defense; Intelligence Analysis; Criminal Law
William Kullman is Deputy Chief of International Affairs of the US Department of Justice's Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. An ATF Expert, William has been instrumental in implementing the Arms Trade Treaty of 2013. Day-to-day, he is responsible for enforcing Federal criminal laws and regulating the firearms and explosives industries. He works directly with Executive Staff, US Attorney, and the Department Of Justice to investigate and reduce crime involving firearms, ammunition, and explosives. William has been the keynote speaker at the World Forum on Shooting Activities, an association of hunting, shooting, and industry organizations on regulatory firearms policy and procedure. He serves as liaison with Officers Association at Washington Embassy to discuss common issues on international aspects that may inhibit the welfare of those who have held a commission. Originally inspired to be a professor of Law, William realized he enjoyed working with the government and decided to pursue his new found passion. He earned his JD of Law from Temple University, James E. Beasley School of Law and an MA in Philosophy from Loyola University of Chicago. He is grateful for having had excellent mentors, all of whom left an lasting impression, which has allowed him to have such dedication.