Earning his way through law school, Stuart V. Goldberg drove a cab at night and taught special needs children during the day on the South Side of Chicago. Working with these children and their families, Stuart experienced the struggle that was their daily lives.
Driving through the streets of Chicago, Stuart observed humanity through a rear-view mirror. He listened to the lonely voices of the people of the night. He looked into their faces—beautiful, ruined, venal, and innocent. On the streets, Stuart saw the victors and the victims; the conflict of good against evil fascinated him.
Stuart realized the power he could have as a lawyer to be a voice for the disadvantaged, the weak—and those unjustly accused. Stuart V. Goldberg made it his life's goal to champion their rights under the law.