Peter was born and raised in New York City, and remembers a time when angry men in Elmo costumes were not the scariest thing about Times Square. A graduate of Regis High School and Columbia University, where he majored in history and was foolish enough to voluntarily write a thesis, he spent a year working for a major New York law firm before attending Washington and Lee University School of Law in Virginia. He has spent the past four years working at civil litigation firms in New York and Connecticut, and is admitted to practice law in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and California.
While at Washington and Lee, Peter was one of six third-year law students selected to teach legal writing and citation to the incoming first-year class. Peter specializes in LSAT tutoring for prospective law students, and can assist current law students to develop their legal writing and citation skills, as well as to prepare for finals and the bar exam.
When not working, Peter enjoys spending time in the park with his dog, reading, the occasional video game binge, and beating his law school classmates in fantasy baseball.