Greg received his J.D. from Case Western Reserve University in 2012. Prior to law school, he taught learning disabled high school students in New York City. While in law school, he worked for one of Cleveland’s premier civil rights firms as well as representing disability clients at the Milton R. Kramer Law Clinic Center at CWRU. Greg has spent the bulk of his career in plaintiffs-side litigation, representing defrauded investors, medical and professional malpractice victims, and victims of law enforcement and state violence. At FHRC Greg focuses his practice on the representation of tenants in eviction matters, as well as participating in policy and strategy formulation to promote Fair Housing Act adherence and landlord-tenant dispute resolution.