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.