Remembering Our Friend, David S. King

For this board, and for all of us, his legacy is also in the archives of the Law Tribune and the hearts and minds and thoughts of the countless people who read his editorials without ever knowing he wrote them.

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  • Ralph J. Monaco

    I have very fond memories of Dean King. I remember him as a calm and intellectual voice, the type of person to whom you want to listen because he was probably right. My condolences to his family.

  • Pam Cameron

    Years ago, Dean King convinced me to stay in law school as I fought breast cancer. He helped me work out a plan where I could get treatment, work full time, and still attend classes at night. I would never have become a lawyer without Dean King‘s counsel and friendship. I have never forgotten that and I will always be grateful for his humanity during one of the most difficult times in my life. I saw him several months ago and we had a long chat. I had no idea he was ill and that was the last time I‘d see him. Condolences to his family and his colleagues and friends at QUSL. His legacy will continue to live on and I certainly will never forget him and what he did for me.

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