Steven Gebeaux has been practicing law and representing individuals, businesses and non-profits for almost ten years. He began his career as an associate attorney with Eagen & Eagen in Durham North Carolina and later served as a clerk to the Chief District Court Judge Joseph M. Buckner in Orange County, North Carolina. He then clerked at the Public Defender’s Office for the District of Columbia in Washington, D.C. Mr. Gebeaux joined Merritt, Webb, Wilson & Caruso, PLLC in 2001 and has been recognized by Pre-Paid Legal Services, Inc. for Excellent Service many times. He was also recognized for providing representation around the clock with the Legal Shield Award in 2007.
While in law school at the University Of North Carolina School Of Law, Mr. Gebeaux was awarded the Gibson D. Smith Public Interest Scholarship and was inducted to the James E. and Carolyn B. Davis Society for his commitment to civic duty.
Mr. Gebeaux is a frequent participant in the Witt Professionalism Roundtable sponsored by the University of North Carolina School of Law for current law school students and selected alumnus. He is also involved in the University of North Carolina School of Law Chancellor’s Scholars Alumni Luncheon. Mr. Gebeaux volunteers as the risk manager and advisor for the board for the Southeast Unitarian Universalist Summer Institute, a non-profit corporation and summer camp for area Unitarian Universalist Churches in the Southeast. He was also recently featured in the Raleigh News and Observer for his work in representing area families and lowering the speed limit around a local school in Cary, North Carolina.
Durham, North Carolina
Areas of Practice
- Criminal and Traffic Law
- Motor Vehicle Negligence and Damages
- Contract and Transactional Business Negotiation
- Family Law
- Real Estate Law
- Non-Profit Corporations
- Appalachian State University, B.S., 1996
- University of North Carolina, J.D. in 1999
- Mr. Gebeaux is a member of the North Carolina Bar Association.
- All North Carolina State Courts
- United States District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina, 1999