Sean P. Kraus is an associate attorney at Skipper Law. Prior to joining Skipper Law he was a clerk for the Honorable Pamela K. Alban of the Circuit Court for Anne Arundel County. As a former judicial law clerk, Sean has substantial experience with complex civil litigation. He has previously served as a judicial intern to Chief Magistrate Judge Susan E. Schwab of the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania and to the Honorable Albert H. Masland of the Court of Common Pleas for Cumberland County. At Skipper Law, Sean has a general civil practice that includes the representation of homeowners in disputes with their community associations, real property law, business and contract law and employment law.
Sean is a graduate of the Pennsylvania State University’s Dickinson Law, where he was a member of the mock trial team and a comments editor for the Dickinson Law Review. His published comment, “The Fire Rises: Refining the Pennsylvania Fireworks Law So That Fewer People Get Burned,” appears in volume 123. While a law student, Sean was research assistant to William R. Bunt, Esq., of Perry County. The Dickinson Law Class of 2019 selected Sean to deliver the Lee Popp Memorial Award speech at graduation.
Prior to law school, Sean attended Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland, where in 2015 he was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa and graduated summa cum laude—and first in his class—with dual majors in Economics and History. Sean is also a 2011 graduate of South River High School in Edgewater, Maryland, where he sang baritone in choir and competed on his school’s “It’s Academic” trivia team.
Sean is a lifelong resident of the Bowie-Crofton area. In his free time, he enjoys hiking, old movies, reading, and wrenching on his Ford Crown Victoria, which carried him on a road trip to the West Coast and back shortly after he took the bar exam.