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Kim Keller serves as advisor to trial lawyers nationwide in complex and multi-district/class action litigation, as well as in other forms of civil litigation in state and federal court. Her experience as appellate advisor involves all types of cases, such as commercial litigation, eminent domain, employment law, and varying forms of personal injury law. She has served as lead appellate counsel in over 200 direct appeals, interlocutory appeals, and mandamus proceedings. Kim has been admitted to practice before district and appellate courts across the country, as well as the Supreme Court of the United States.


Kim received her law degree magna cum laude in 1999 from Saint Mary's University School of Law, where she was awarded the Advocate of the Year Award and served on the Editorial Board of the Saint Mary's Law Journal. Before starting her own firm, Kim was a litigation associate for a multi-national law firm and then served as a Briefing Attorney for the Hon. Paul W. Green at the Fourth Court of Appeals. During her time as a Briefing Attorney, Kim discovered her passion for appellate law and gathered the unique experience of working firsthand with appellate justices as they analyzed and disposed of appeals.


Earlier in her practice, Kim served as an Assistant Professor of Law in the Criminal Justice Department of the University of Texas at San Antonio. During her five years there, Kim developed the Department's first moot court program and was named Phi Alpha Delta "Professor of the Year." Kim was also an Adjunct Professor for Saint Mary's University School of Law, serving as Moot Court Advocacy  Coach for numerous state and national championship teams.


Kim is a frequent author, having published numerous continuing legal education articles and nine law review and academic journal articles. Kim's law review and academic journal articles have received national recognition, including being cited as authority by the Supreme Court of Texas, the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, the appellate courts of Colorado, Minnesota, New Mexico, and Tennessee, as well as by over 40 legal scholars in peer-reviewed publications. Her research in the area of expert testimony and cyberlaw has resulted in Kim being interviewed by international press organizations and being requested by the Texas Senate to present her research at committee meetings.


Practice areas


  1. Appeals: 95%
    16 years, 100 cases
  2. Litigation: 5%
    14 years


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Attorney endorsements

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  • Stephen Hardy Gordon

    I have known Kimberly for almost 20 years. She is one of the most detail oriented and hardest working lawyers I know. She also fights extremely hard to protect her client's interests. You will be in very good hands with her on your side.


    Stephen Gordon Criminal Defense Attorney
    Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

  • Gregory Don Sherwood

    Ms. Keller and I represented co-defendants in a federal appeal argued at the Fifth Circuit in the summer of 2013. Her briefs were well-written and her oral argument to the court was concise and well-reasoned. I recommend this attorney for clients looking for appellate representation in her locale.


    Gregory Sherwood Appeals Attorney
    Relationship: Other

Contact info

Keller Stolarczyk PLLC

234 West Bandera Road
No. 120
Boerne, TX, 78006


ARAuthorized to practice201010/30/2015
TXEligible To Practice In Texas 199910/19/2015
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Avvo contributions
Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
Texas Rising StarTexas Monthly Magazine2013
Best Lawyer in San AntonioScene in SA Magazine2012
Texas Rising StarTexas Monthly Magazine2012
Best Lawyer in San AntonioScene in SA Magazine2011
Rising StarTexas Monthly Magazine2011
Rising StarTexas Super Lawyers2006
Best Appellate LawyersScene in SA Monthly2006
Professor of the YearPhi Alpha Delta2003
Honorable Mention - Best Law Review ArticleState Bar of Texas2003
Outstanding Advocate of the YearSt. Mary's University School of Law1999
Editorial BoardSt. Mary's Law Journal1998
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
PartnerKeller Stolarczyk PLLC2011 - Present
PrincipalKeller Law Firm2002 - Present
Adjunct Professor of Appellate AdvocacySt. Mary's University School of Law2000 - Present
Director of Advocacy ProgramUniversity of Texas at San Antonio2003 - 2005
Assistant Professor of LawUniversity of Texas at San Antonio2002 - 2007
Briefing AttorneyFourth District Court of Appeals2000 - 2002
AssociateBracewell & Giuliani1999 - 2000
Association namePosition nameDuration
Texas Bar Appellate SectionMember2002 - Present
San Antonio Bar AssociationMember2002 - Present
Publication nameTitleDate
JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY CRIMINAL JUSTICEEx-Offenders Need Not Apply: The Criminal Background Check in Hiring Decisions2005
SECURITY JOURNALOvercoming the Daubert Hurdle: A Study of Security-Related Expert Testimony2004
ST. MARY’S LAW JOURNALCivility in the Courtroom: A Study of the Judiciary’s Perceptions of Ethical Consideration in the Courtroom2004
SOUTH TEXAS LAW REVIEWSobering Up Daubert: Problems Associated with Alcohol-Related Expert Testimony after Mata v. State2004
ST. MARY’S LAW JOURNALPrivacy Lost: The Attenuation of Texas’s Article I, Section 9 & the Fourth Amendment2003
ST. MARY’S LAW JOURNALBridging the Analytical Gap: The Gammill Alternative to Overcoming Robinson & Havner Challenges to Expert Testimony2002
ST. MARY’S LAW JOURNALJury Erosion: The Effects of Robinson, Havner, & Gammill on the Role of Texas Juries2001
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
St Mary's University of San Antonio School of LawDoctor of Jurisprudence/Juris Doctor (J.D.)JD - Juris Doctor1999
University of Texas System, San AntonioEnglishBA - Bachelor of Arts1995
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Kendall County Bar AssociationExpert Testimony2011
Extreme Family Law MakeoverAppeals in Family Law Cases2011
Eminent Domain & TakingsAppeals2011
Traps for the UnwaryLegal Sufficiency of Causation Evidence2010
San Antonio Bar AssociationExpert Testimony2010
The Jury TrialExpert Testimony2009
San Antonio Bar Brown BagUpdated Expert Witness2009
Bench Motions & TrialsExpert Testimony Issues2009