A former two-time NCAA all-American pitcher at Clemson University, Stephen brings to his law office the same drive to win he brought to the mound. Priding himself on producing positive outcomes, as was the case in both his collegiate and professional baseball careers, Stephen’s success is born from preparedness and persistence.
In addition to his private practice, Stephen 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, Stephen’s litigation has been instrumental in altering the lives of his clients and shaping the laws that govern child defendants in Georgia.
Stephen 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. Stephen is a graduate of LEAD Atlanta, and has served on two gubernatorial commissions focusing on Georgia’s juvenile justice system.
Stephen has three children with his wife Melissa.
Reba, Waldman, Woodhouse, I Want to Talk to My Mom: The Role of Parents in Police Interrogations of Juveniles, JUSTICE FOR KIDS, Chp. 10, (New York University Press 2011).