Banks Is Leaving Legal Aid for a City Position

, New York Law Journal

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Steven Banks, who has been attorney-in-chief of the New York City Legal Aid Society since 2004, was named commissioner of the city's Human Resources Administration by Mayor Bill de Blasio on Friday.

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    Bravo, Mayor de Blasio and many, many thanks to Steve Banks for his years of compassionate service to New York City.

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