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TULAP Celebrates 30 Years
with Fred King!

Despite the separate clinics, TULAP is often synonymous with Fred King and criminal law. King is considered a miracle-worker among many, able to spring Tulane students from any trouble they may get themselves into.

At the beginning of every year, and again at Mardi Gras, the residential advisors pass along King's phone numbers.

"Never go out drinking without Fred King's phone number," RAs warn. And for many, this advice is essential. "I think Fred King is common knowledge among the undergrads," Jennifer LaCorte, the assistant director of the civil law clinic and a second-year law student, said. "People have his cell phone number, his home number, his pager number. He's constantly accessible."

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New Orleans Rowing Club

Fred King has also led the New Orleans Rowing Club for many years, and currently serves as President.

He has rowed Internationally in Ireland, Amsterdam, and Monte Carlo.

In addition Mr. King rows the native Irish "curragh" competitively, here and in Ireland. He has rowed across Lake Pontchartrain in International Competitions.

Frederick j. KingFrederick J. King, Jr.
Attorney at Law

829 Baronne Street
New Orleans Louisiana LA 70113

504.581.9322 -- Office
504.913.1666 -- Cell

fking@frederickjking.com

 


Frederick J. King, Jr. represents clients in Municipal, State and Federal Court throughout the New Orleans area.  If you have a legal problem, call us inmediately.

Mr. King provides ethical and aggressive representation to those arrested and/or charged with criminal offenses.

Mr. King has extensive experience defending clients against traffic tickets, DWI, narcotics, theft and other criminal offenses, as well as probation and parole violations, expungements and bond reductions.

Top Lawyer Award 2012

Frederick J. King, Jr.
Rated Top Lawyer 2012

Mr. King was selected by fellow lawyers, in a survey published by New Orleans Magazine, November 2012.

The voting for the Top Lawyers was open to all licensed attorneys in New Orleans.  They were asked which attorney they would recommend in the New Orleans area.  Each attorney was allowed to recommend up to three colleagues in each given legal specialty.  

Once the nominations were complete, each nominee was carefully evaluated on the basis of survey results, the legitimacy of their license, and their current standing with the State Bar Association of Louisiana.

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THE TULAP ATTORNEY FOR 40 YEARS!

YES, TEN MORE!

Tulane University on-call attorney Freddie King enters fourth decade of service at school!

Every Tulane student’s contact list has at least one thing in common: the number of Freddie King, Tulane’s on-call criminal attorney. For 40 years, King has handled legal cases for Tulane students.

“It’s astounding that I’m not locked up in a rubber room right now,” King said.

When King started practicing, he won all of his cases, many of which involved Tulane students because of his connections with Tulane athletics through the soccer and rugby teams. In 1973, King joined the Tulane Law Assistance Program, the school’s civil and criminal legal service entity, and still serves as Tulane’s lawyer to this day.

“The first appointment [with King] is a free, half-hour-long appointment,” Megan Passafaro, a second year law student involved with TULAP, said. “Most of the cases brought to us are alcohol-related.”

While King does represent other local clients, the majority of his clientele are Tulane students. With decades of cases under his belt, he’s seen virtually every situation.

“Sometimes it amazes me, but it doesn’t surprise me,” King said.

READ THE ARTICLE IN THE TULANE HULLABALOO


To make an appointment with Mr. King,
please call or email:


Mr. Frederick J. King, Jr.
829 Baronne Street
New Orleans Louisiana LA 70113

504.581.9322 -- Office
504.913.1666 -- Cell

fking@frederickjking.com


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