Matt Greenbaum is an attorney whose practice features an emphasis on Social Security disability law. He currently has over 2,000 active Social Security files and has handled over 5,000 Social Security hearings. He has also handled numerous criminal and civil cases, and includes among his former clients such interesting individuals as Charles Roemer and Yoko Ono.
He received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Columbia College in New York City in 1972, after having been named to the Dean’s List on several occasions. Thereafter, he attended and graduated Tulane Law School, and received a Juris Doctor Degree in May, 1975.
In addition to practicing law for over twenty years, Mr. Greenbaum has also served as an instructor in the Tulane Law School Trial Advocacy Program from 1984 through 1989, and taught Social Security Law at Loyola Law School from 1992 through 1996. He has given seminars to advanced practitioners at several National Organization of Social Security Claimant’s Representatives Conferences. He has served as a member of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America Social Security Disability Law Section Executive Council and was the editor of the newsletter. He is also a Fellow of the Louisiana Bar Foundation.
Mr. Greenbaum has four daughters and one son- – Esther, Miriam, Vanessa, Madeline and Wyatt. When asked to describe what her father does for a living one of his daughters indicated that “he puts paper clips on paper all day.”
Mr. Greenbaum is the past President of the Board of Directors of Temple Sinai in New Orleans, and past President of the Board of Directors of the New Orleans Ballet.