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Glenn King is an assistant attorney general from the Albany Office of the NYS AG. Glenn graduated from St. Lawrence University in Canton, NY in 1989, where he received a double major in Government and History. After five years of working in the New York State Senate, Mr. King attended Albany Law School where he and his team were crowned National Champions for the 1997 National Criminal Trial Competition in Chicago, Il., sponsored by John Marshall Law School and the Criminal Justice Wing of the American Bar Association.
Since 1998, Mr. King has handled claims against the State of New York and its officers and agents in the Albany Office of the New York State Office of the Attorney General. Mr. King's practice continues to center on defending the State against all types of tort actions, including all cases arising out of the State’s ownership and operation of its three ski facilities. Mr. King is also a member of the Fleet Unit wherein he interacts with, and authorizes payment for, the insurance company assigned to handle all matters that arise out of the State’s operation of motor vehicles