DCBA

Join us in congratulating Malvern King!

(l-r) Christy Malott (former President of the 14th Judicial Bar Association),  Guy W. Crabtree  (current President) and  Malvern F. King, Jr.   photo courtesy of Bob Friedman, Publisher, NC Triangle Attorney at Law Magazine

(l-r) Christy Malott (former President of the 14th Judicial Bar Association), Guy W. Crabtree (current President) and Malvern F. King, Jr.
photo courtesy of Bob Friedman, Publisher, NC Triangle Attorney at Law Magazine

Malvern F. King, Jr. was honored for 50 years as an attorney at the recent annual meeting of the 14th Judicial District Bar and Durham County Bar Association.  

Malvern King concentrates in the areas of corporate law, commercial transactions and estate planning and administration. Many of his clients have developed close business relationships with Mal, working with him over the years as their businesses prospered and their legal needs evolved. With his broad understanding of commercial law, he’s known as one of the preeminent business attorneys in Durham and surrounding counties. In 2007, he was inducted into the North Carolina Bar Association General Practice Hall of Fame, one of the highest honors in the profession.

Mal received his undergraduate and law degrees from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. After graduation from law school, he served on active duty with the U.S. Naval Security Group and retired as a Captain in the U.S. Naval Reserve Judge Advocate Generals Corp. Mal was a founding partner at Pulley, Watson, King & Lischer, P.A. for over 30 years before joining Crabtree, Carpenter & Connolly, PLLC when the firm began in 2015.

CCC in the Community

Durham County Bar Association President Guy Crabtree, Judge Doretta Walker and Lydia Walker at DCBA’s Fall Picnic at Forest Hills Park.

Photo credit: Bob Friedman, Publisher, Attorney at Law Magazine

Photo credit: Bob Friedman, Publisher, Attorney at Law Magazine

Lindsey Spain and Guy Crabtree presented a check for $ $2,845 to Kristin Pearson, the Director of Development for TROSA who was the beneficiary of the Durham County Bar Association’s 5K in September.

Photo credit: Bob Friedman, Publisher, Attorney at Law Magazine

Photo credit: Bob Friedman, Publisher, Attorney at Law Magazine