Before joining the Galloway Law Group, Peter spent two years as a judicial law clerk in Snohomish County Superior Court. During his term as a judicial clerk Peter worked alongside Judges and court personnel. He observed, learned and participated in the internal—behind the scenes—mechanics of the judicial system. Peter brings the experience of this unique judicial perspective to his client’s cases. This special client benefit is not commonly found in a small and personalized law firm such as the Galloway Law Group.
Peter graduated, cum laude, from Seattle University School of Law and passed the Washington State Bar Exam in 2014. Prior to law school Peter studied physics, mathematics, computer science, database administration, and philosophy, before concluding his bachelor studies in business administration at Walla Walla University in Eastern Washington. As a law student, he was a staff editor for the Seattle Journal for Social Justice and co-authored Women at Risk in Post Disaster Relief and Collaborative Preparedness: Lessons Learned (111-112 Bahesehir U.L. Rev. 345 (2014). Peter has also provided consulting services in various forms for many years. Before transitioning into the practice of law, Peter co-founded a sub-metered utility services and billing company in Southern California.
Peter is versatile and open to taking on the most challenging legal matters, mediating agreeable resolutions, and prosecuting and defending those causes. Peter's primary practice areas include: Landlord/Tenant Law, Land Use and Zoning, Boundary Disputes, Developing and Enforcing Home Owner Restrictive Covenants, HOA Organization and Management, Business Planning and Development, Regulatory Compliance, Administrative Law, Contract Drafting and Breach, and Dispute Resolution. Peter’s practice also includes general litigation.
Peter is an Assistant Head Deacon and audio engineer at the Greenlake SDA Church. He enjoys backpacking, experimental cooking, spending time with his dog, Daphne and is an amateur racquetball player. Peter also judges mock trials at Seattle University.