In addition to his private practice, Steve is an adjunct clinical instructor at Emory Law School’s Barton Child Law and Policy Center, where he directs the Appeal for Youth Clinic. The Clinic provides representation to Georgia children who have been criminally tried as adults. Since 2009, Steve’s litigation has been instrumental in altering the lives of his clients and shaping the laws that govern child defendants in Georgia.
Steve received his undergraduate degree from Clemson University and his law degree from John Marshall Law School, where he was editor-in-chief of the law journal. Steve is a graduate of LEAD Atlanta, and he serves on two gubernatorial commissions focusing on Georgia’s juvenile justice system.
The consequences of pleading guilty can be negatively life-altering. Attorney Reba, who focuses much of his practice in the appellate arena reversing criminal convictions, has seen these consequences first-hand and understands them well.