Clarence King

Clarence King


Austin, Dallas, Houston, San Antonio

Clarence King is originally from Cleveland, Ohio and attended high school in Dayton Ohio at Stivers School For The Performing Arts.  Clarence grew up with aspirations of becoming an attorney from a very young age.  His affinity for the legal profession was sparked by being made aware of this field’s infinite ability to help those who were unable to help themselves.  Clarence believes there are few things more rewarding than assisting those society often writes off.

Clarence attended Alabama Agricultural & Mechanical University, in Huntsville Alabama where he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Political science with a minor in Criminal Justice.  While in Huntsville, Clarence worked for Operation M.A.D. (Making A Difference).  Operation M.A.D. is a court ordered program that some youth offenders are offered in lieu of incarceration.  The participants would report daily after school and receive educational and life skill instruction. This experience allowed Clarence to pair two things he holds very near and dear to his heart, mentorship and education. 

Since being here in the great state of Texas, Clarence went on to graduate from Texas Southern University where he received his Master’s in Public Administration.  Upon completion, Clarence enrolled in Thurgood Marshall School of Law where he received his Juris Doctorate.  Prior to joining Steinger, Greene & Feiner, Clarence’s professional concentration areas include personal injury, mass tort, family law, and criminal law.

Clarence feels proper preparation, empathy, and actively listening are some of the major keys to being a successful advocate for your client.  When he is not at work, Clarence is an avid sports fan and loves to travel and make memories with family and friends.

Bar Admissions:

  • Texas


  • Thurgood Marshall School of Law, Juris Doctorate
  • Texas Southern University, Master of Public Administration
  • Alabama Agricultural & Mechanical University, Bachelor of Science – Political science with a minor in Criminal Justice

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