Steven Klepper is an appellate litigator in civil and criminal cases before state and federal appellate courts. He represents insurers in trial and appellate courts throughout the country in first-party and third-party coverage disputes.
Steven is Editor-In-Chief of the Maryland Appellate Blog, published by the Maryland State Bar Association Litigation Section. He also publishes articles, commentaries, and book chapters on the federal judiciary and insurance law. He has been an editor of the ABA’s Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Law Journal since 2010 and has taught a course at Goucher College on the history of the U.S. Supreme Court. He has a particular interest and experience in researching and reporting on issues of judicial efficiency.
Steven is listed in Maryland Super Lawyers for 2014. He was recognized as one of its “Rising Stars” for 2013. He serves on the Criminal Justice Act appellate panels for the D.C. Circuit and the Fourth Circuit and on the Maryland State Bar Association’s Appellate Litigation Committee.
Steven is active in alumni affairs. He was elected in 2013 to a two-year term as President of the Alumnae and Alumni of Goucher College, following a two-year term as Vice President. He has served as Baltimore regional manager for the University of Virginia Law School Foundation since 2012.
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American Bar Association
Outside the Office
An avid writer, Steven authored “Hell, Incorporated,” a play produced as part of the Baltimore Playwrights Festival.
Steven Klepper published a commentary, “Confirming Consensus Nominees Quickly,” in the September 2012 issue of The Federal Lawyer.
Steven Klepper guest authored a chapter of the Second Edition of Maniloff & Stempel’s General Liability Insurance Coverage: Key Issues in Every State.
In Williams v. Johnson, 573 U. S. ____ (2014), the Supreme Court of the United States granted a certiorari petition principally authored by Steven Klepper.
The Chair of the Maryland State Bar Association Section of Litigation, the Hon. Glenn T. Harrell, Jr., has selected firm principal Steven Klepper as one of two recipients of the 2013–14 Chair's Award for Exceptional Service.
Firm principal Steven M. Klepper and associate Mary Beth Smith won summary judgment on behalf of a builders risk insurer.
Kramon & Graham congratulates eighteen lawyers named to Maryland Super Lawyers 2014
Kramon & Graham attorneys named to Maryland Super Lawyers Top 10, Top 50 Women, and Top 100 lists; Super Lawyers; and Maryland Rising Stars.