Peter joined NYLAG as a Staff Attorney in the Evelyn Frank Legal Resources Program in 2014 as a Borchard Fellow in Law & Aging. He graduated from Brooklyn Law School in 2014, where he was an Edward V. Sparer Public Interest Fellow. Prior to law school, he was a social worker with United Neighbors, a community-based non-profit organization providing case management services to frail, homebound seniors living on the East Side of Manhattan. While at NYLAG, he authored a Report – a National Survey on QMB Identification Practices on expanding access to the Medicare Savings Program, published by Justice in Aging. He presented this report at the annual ABA Conference on Law and Aging. Peter earned both a bachelor’s degree and a Masters in Social Work at New York University.