IN JANUARY, Kenneth J. King, former associate professor of clinical law with the Juvenile Justice Center (JJC) at Suffolk Law, was appointed to the Middlesex Juvenile Court.
King served as a supervising attorney in the JJC from 1998 to 2007 before being appointed visiting associate clinical professor and then associate professor. Before joining Suffolk Law, he worked as both a private practitioner and a government lawyer representing youth in a variety of matters, including youthful offender and delinquency, care and protection, and termination of parental rights cases.
“Over the course of his career, Ken King has demonstrated an unflagging commitment to juvenile justice,” said Governor Deval Patrick in announcing the nomination. “There are few as qualified and well suited to adjudicating these most sensitive and important of matters.”
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