Spencer King is an associate attorney in the New Orleans office of King & Jurgens and focuses primarily in the areas of commercial litigation and admiralty law. Spencer has assisted and counseled clients in disputes involving offshore personal injuries, construction contracts, and maritime contracts, among other matters. Prior to joining the firm in 2017, he began his legal career practicing securities litigation and arbitration, where he represented individual and institutional investors in disputes against financial advisors, investment banks, broker-dealer firms, and other financial industry participants. In addition, he assisted in editing and drafting the legal treatise entitled Litigating Business and Commercial Tort Cases (West 2014).
Spencer graduated cum laude from the LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center, where he was the recipient of the John P. Laborde Scholarship. During law school, Spencer was a member of the LSU Journal of Energy Law and Resources where he had two student articles published. Spencer also served as a judicial intern to Magistrate Judge Sally Shushan of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana. He received his B.A. in history from Texas Christian University.
BP’s Fight to Stop the Payment of ‘Fictitious’ Claims, LSU J. Energy L. & Res. Currents (February 26, 2014).
Clearing the Air: The Misguided Ruling of EME Homer and the Future of Interstate Pollution Regulation, 2 LSU J. of Energy L. & Resources (2013).
Professional & Community Affiliations
- Young Leadership Council
- Youth Empowerment Project, 40 Under 40 2017 Cohort