Alexander C. King died on July 25th, 1926, only shortly after having been selected for his position on the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, and just before his 70th birthday. Alexander C. King, though not educated at UGA School of Law, had a legal practice located in the City of Atlanta. The Law firm, known as King and Spalding was formed in January 1885 and still exists today. Recently recognized for their performance in international arbitration.
The Law Library, known for being the largest and oldest law library in the state of Georgia, houses a collection of more than 500,000 titles in digital and print format. Offering a comprehensive collection of Georgia and Federal laws as well as an extensive collection of U.S. Government Documents, European Union Documents, and United Nations Documents. Also notable is the Alexander C. King Law Library is one of only eleven U.S. Law libraries that keep European Union Documents.