About Steve Clark
Best Selling Author
Author of Justice Is for the Deserving and Justice Is for the Lonely, Reviewer of suspense, mystery and thrillers.
Steve Clark is an author and lawyer in Oklahoma City specializing in medical malpractice. He is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, an honor limited to the top 1% of attorneys. He is also listed in The Best Lawyers in America.
With a lifetime of practicing law under his belt, Steve began his writing career by publishing Justice Is for the Lonely: A Kristen Kerry Novel of Suspense. His years in the courtroom result in a highly realistic yet spellbinding drama that William Bernhardt, bestselling author of Dark Eye said, “hooked me on the first page and kept me reading long into the night. Kristen is one of the most interesting lawyer-characters I’ve read in a long time.” Justice Is for the Deserving, Steve’s second novel in the series, is now out and receiving outstanding reviews. Michael Gibson gave it five stars and called it a “A Noir Tour De Force” … “You won’t be able to put this one down. It is a genuine tour de force, one I expect to be shown soon at a theater near you. Are you listening Quentin Tarentino?”
After receiving his law degree from the University of Oklahoma in 1975, he embarked on a prolific career in law in which he started his own firm, taught law at Oklahoma City University- College of Law and became a managing partner at Steve Clark & Associates, P.C., where he remains today. He has solidified his reputation as an expert in various areas of law by giving more than 20 professional presentations to his peers over the years. He has also been ranked as a “Superlawyer” on superlawyers.com every year since 2005.
His wife, Jane, was a scholarship athlete at the University of Oklahoma. They currently live in Oklahoma City and have five children. He has coached his four daughters in the Amateur Softball Association and enjoys being involved in his son’s sports activities. Steve is active in state and local politics, the Catholic Church community, and had served as a board member of Infant Crisis Services, a non-profit organization providing emergent infant care.
Steve is currently working on book three in the series.