R. H. ("Bob") King, Jr. is a magna cum laude graduate of Dartmouth College (1975) and the University of Michigan Law School (1978). He spent his second year of law school as a visiting student at Harvard Law School, where he was a semi-finalist in the Ames Moot Court Competition as well as an editor of the Harvard International Law Journal. He began is legal career in Chicago with the law firm of Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal, now known as Dentons after a series of firm mergers. In 1988, he moved to San Francisco to help open the firm's new office there, and practiced law in the Bay Area for eight years before returning to the firm's Chicago office. Bob briefly left Dentons in 2000 to be a shareholder in the firm of Greenberg Traurig, but returned to Dentons in 2004. He is admitted to practice in Illinois, California, and Montana, as well as numerous federal district courts and appellate courts around the country. In his more than thirty-five years as a commercial litigator, he has been involved in more than 25 lengthy trials or arbitrations and argued numerous appeals in both state and federal courts. He is a member of the Chicago Writers Association. Bob has three grown children (Ryan, Morgan and Andrew), and lives in the Chicago suburbs with his wife, Robin, and dog, Legend.