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Peter J. King

Peter J. King, American lawyer. Bar: Pennsylvania 1963, United States District Court (western district) Pennsylvania 1963, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1967. Irishman of Year award Knights of Equity, 1980.

Background

King, Peter J. was born on June 15, 1938 in Stowe Township, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Peter and Mary (Dugan) King.

Education

Duquesne University (Bachelor of Arts, 1960). Duquesne University Law School (Juris Doctor, 1963).

Career

Worked at King & King (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) specializing in Litigation, Family Law, Corporate Law, Personal Injury Law, Probate and Real Estate. Admitted to the bar, 1963, Pennsylvania. United States. District Court, Western District of Pennsylvania and United States.

Court of Appeals, Third Circuit. 1967, United States. Supreme Court. Recipient, Meritorius Service Award, Duquesne University Law Alumni Association, 1996.

Editor-in-Chief, Duquesne University Law Review, 1962-1963. Lecturer, Legal Education Institute for Legal Education, Institute on Family Law in Pennsylvania, 1988. Law Clerk, Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny County, 1963.

Partner: Tucker Arensberg Very & Ferguson (and predecessor firms), 1964-1980. King & Kulik, 1986-1990. With: Law Offices of Peter J. King, 1981-1986.

Solicitor, Montour School District, 1969-1988. President, Duquesne University Law Alumni Association, 1976-1977 and 1989-1990. Member, Duquesne University Alumni Board, 1976-1986.

Member of Panel, American Arbitration Association. Civil Arbitrator, United States. District Court, Western District of Pennsylvania.

Member: Allegheny County (Member: Young Lawyers Section. Executive Committee, 1967-1968. Treasurer, 1969; Secretary, 1970.

Vice Chairman, 1971; Chairman, 1972. Member, Municipal Solicitors Section. Member of Council, Family Law Section.

Assistant Secretary-Treasurer, 1973) and Pennsylvania Bar Associations.

Membership

Member, Duquesne University Alumni Board, 1976-1986. Member of Panel, American Arbitration Association. Civil Arbitrator, United States.

District Court, Western District of Pennsylvania. Member: Allegheny County (Member: Young Lawyers Section. Executive Committee, 1967-1968.

Treasurer, 1969; Secretary, 1970. Vice Chairman, 1971; Chairman, 1972. Member, Municipal Solicitors Section.

Member of Council, Family Law Section. Assistant Secretary-Treasurer, 1973) and Pennsylvania Bar Associations.

Connections

Married Dolly J. Mauro, April 23, 1960. Children: Linda, Carole, Ronald.