Gregory Bass is a Senior Attorney with the National Center for Law and Economic Justice in New York, concentrating on disability civil rights litigation. Prior to joining NCLEJ, Greg served as Litigation Director at Greater Hartford Legal Aid for more than 16 years. In addition to his work at NCLEJ, Greg's legal career of nearly 40 years has involved serving as an attorney and managing attorney with legal services programs in Alabama, Washington, California, and Connecticut, advocating in both court and administrative and judicial forums. He has litigated a number of individual and class actions in state and federal court across a range of legal areas, including Medicaid, housing, public benefits, consumer, employment, seniors, and disability rights. Greg has been a trainer for the Sargent Shriver National Center on Poverty Law for a number of years, and he particularly looks forward to working with folks in Affirmative Litigation.