Peter is the Borchard Fellow for the Evelyn Frank Legal Resources Program. He works specifically on a project that will involve outreach to lay guardians of Incapacitated Persons regarding Managed Long Term Care and the new “FIDA” program for people who have both Medicare and Medicaid, as well as other individuals with cognitive impairments. During law school, he interned with EFLRP for a semester. Prior to law school, he was a social worker with United Neighbors, a community-based non-profit providing case management services to homebound seniors living on the East Side  of Manhattan. He has amassed tremendous experience working with older adults as a social worker, law student, and even personal care aide.  Peter earned both a BSW and MSW at New York University. He graduated Brooklyn Law School in 2014, where he was an Edward V. Sparer Public Interest Fellow.