Originally from Brooklyn, New York, Peter Damrosch is a recent law school graduate who specializes in land use law, transportation, and energy. After studying Arabic in college, Peter lived in Jordan for three years where he taught high school history and became involved in public transportation advocacy, a path that led him to pursue a joint degree in law and city planning. This past year, Peter graduated with a master’s degree in city planning from MIT and a J.D. from Yale Law School.
Next year, Peter will be clerking for the Hon. Rowan D. Wilson of the New York Court of Appeals, and then plans on returning to work on issues relating to equitable and sustainable city planning.