When the Legal Aid Society last week opened its Greater Harlem Office at 128th Street and Madison Avenue -- the first building it has ever owned -- it wasn't just the building that was new. Daniel L. Greenberg, president of the 127-year-old organization, sees not only a new home, but the chance to assemble attorneys from different disciplines under one roof, and ask them to work together to solve all of a client's legal problems as a team.
Legal Aid Tests New Style of Advocacy in Harlem
New York Law Journal
November 4, 2003