Lou Pulner was born and raised in Providence, RI, graduated from Providence College, attended Suffolk Law School in Boston, MA, and returned to Rhode Island to practice law.
He began his legal career at the Attorney General’s office as a Special Assistant Attorney General where he soon made a name for himself prosecuting drunk drivers in conjunction with the state’s crackdown tied to the campaign “In Rhode Island, Drunk Drivers Get Court.”
From his varied experiences under two Attorneys General, Lou moved into the areas of law tied to divorce and family law as an associate with Lipsey and Skolnick, where he spent two years before beginning his own practice with a concentration in divorce, family, custody, adoption, personal injury and criminal law.
In addition to his practice work, Lou is the solicitor for the town of Barrington, RI. He also is a frequent commentator for local television, radio and news programming.
In The News
April 07, 2017
Lou Pulner, WPRI & WPRO Legal Analyst, joins the April 7th panel on Rhode Island PBS', "A Lively Experiment," hosted by Jim Hummel.
Areas Of Practice
Child support modifications