Lawyer Creates Clinic After Role in 'Neediest' Case Reveals What's Wrong With Guardianship System

, New York Law Journal

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Attorney Kathryn O. Greenberg was moved by a 2003 story in the Times to donate a specially equipped motorized wheelchair without which Roy W. Lantigua Jr. could only drag himself along the floor. But that generous impulse was only the beginning of a tortuous nine-year process that inspired Ms. Greenberg and her husband to act as the major donors for the start of a new student clinic at her alma mater, the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law.

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