It is with great sadness that the McLane, Graf, Raulerson & Middleton, Professional Association announces the passing of Attorney Kenneth Volk.
Managing director of the Portsmouth office, Michael Quinn said, “We extend our heartfelt condolences to Ken’s family. We at McLane have lost a valued colleague, friend and gentleman who combined a keen legal intellect with compassion, grace, and humor.”
Ken joined McLane in 1992, after a distinguished career at Burlingham Underwood in New York. He specialized in Admiralty Law, and served as President of the Maritime Law Association of the United States from 1990 – 1992. Ken played a lead role in the legal trial of the Andrea Doria sea disaster.
Ken was a graduate of the U.S. Navel Academy and Yale Law School, a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers and a Life Member of the Fellows of the American Bar Foundation. In addition to his legal skills, Ken was also an avid fly fisherman who took annual trips to Canada with his colleagues to fish for Atlantic salmon.
He survivors include his wife, Joyce of Portsmouth.