From humble beginnings, Mr. Klement has built a legal practice that focuses on serving each client with intelligent, passionate advocacy. This strategic and enthusiastic style of litigation borrows heavily from years of practical work experience in private industry. Using well-crafted and practiced persuasive skills, Mr. Klement loyally protects his clients’ rights and interests at every stage of a dispute, including trial and appeal. He represents and defends a variety of government and private clients in civil rights cases ranging from constitutional to employment discrimination claims.
A native of small towns in Texas (Ponder and Callisburg) and New Mexico (Deming), Mr. Klement currently lives in Dallas. He enjoys playing sports, including golf, tennis, and sand volleyball. When he needs to unwind, Mr. Klement escapes by camping, fishing, and bird hunting. He is also a member of the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church.
Mr. Klement developed his advocacy skills while attending the SMU Dedman School of Law, where upon graduation he was recognized as the top advocate in his graduating class and further awarded membership in the Order of the Barristers. Committed to the goal of developing future generations of advocates, He has served as an advocacy coach for the SMU Dedman School of Law since 2013.