Stephen H. Ring


Stephen H. Ring has practiced law in Maryland since 1977, when he graduated from Boston University School of Law. A native Washingtonian, Mr. Ring is admitted to practice law in all federal and state courts of general jurisdiction in Maryland and D.C.

Mr. Ring lives in Gaithersburg, Maryland with his wife Rebecca; they have four adult children. He is an active volunteer at St. Rose of Lima Parish, where he has served on the Pastoral Council, the Christmas Tree Lot, and the Eco-Action Team, among other teams.

He enjoys tennis, woodworking, creative entrepreneurship, and jazz.


Philosophy of Practice:

“My clients deserve to get results.  I provide direct and concise service, and my clients feel confident that they have chosen an honest, forthright attorney who puts their needs at the forefront while planning for risk avoidance.

I am efficient, I cut to the core issues, and I avoid gamesmanship.  Depositions are the most efficient device available to expose the strengths and weaknesses applicable to both sides, and can be a vital tool in prompting resolution and settlement outside of court.”


Professional Associations

Maryland State Bar Association – Board of Governors
2014-2016 | 2008-2010 | 2004-2006
Various committee positions, including chair

Bar Association of Montgomery County, Maryland
Executive Committee (several terms)
Judicial Selections Committee (two terms), chair
Nominations and Elections committee, chair


Law Practice History

Law Offices of Stephen H. Ring, P.C. – 1987 to present
Solo Practitioner, concentration in civil litigation
Montgomery County, Maryland

Brault, Graham, Scott and Brault – 1978-87
Trial Attorney, concentration in insurance litigation
Rockville, Maryland

Circuit Court for Montgomery County, Maryland – 1977-78
Law Clerk to the Honorable Richard B. Latham



Continuing Legal Education on a regular basis, mainly in the areas of civil litigation, including commercial litigation and class actions.

J.D.   Boston University School of Law

B.A.   Dartmouth College