Peter attended Drexel University for both his undergraduate and legal studies. He graduated in May of 2017 with a degree in Political Science and a minor in Economics. Immediately after graduating Peter stayed at Drexel for Law school and began at the Thomas R. Kline School of Law in August of 2017. Peter received his J.D. in 2020 and began clerking for the Honorable Michael Ostrowski, Jr., J.S.C. in August of 2020 at the Salem County Superior Court.
Peter’s interest in family law began in 2016 when he embarked on his first internship at a family law firm. Peter learned the ins and outs of family law while drafting motions and other legal documents. Upon entering law school in 2017, Peter knew he had a passion for helping others. Thus, in 2018, he decided to intern at the Wilmington Public Defender’s Office. In 2019, Peter then worked at the Public Defender’s Office in Camden New Jersey. Peter gained invaluable experience not only arguing motions at hearings, but also by supporting clients during an extremely pivotal time of their life. After graduating law school, while clerking for Judge Ostrowski in the Salem County Superior Court, Peter returned to his passion of practicing family law.
In his free time, Peter enjoys volunteering at his church, watching the Philadelphia 76ers, playing basketball with his friends, and spending quality time with friends and family.