Dorot Fellow, Justice Programs
Peter Laumann is the 2012-2013 Dorot Fellow at Alliance for Justice, where he works on issues including judicial nominations, access to justice, civil justice, and ethics in the courts. Peter is a Class of 2012 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Law School. As a 2011 AFJ summer associate, Peter worked on issues ranging from the NFL labor dispute to Affordable Care Act litigation, but focused most heavily on judicial ethics research as part of AFJ’s First Monday film A Question of Integrity. At Penn Law, Peter founded and chaired the Criminal Records Expungement Project, interned with the ACLU and Criminal Defense Clinic, received the Hal M. Weinstein graduation award for Outstanding Promise in Criminal Trial Advocacy, and was rewarded for Exemplary Commitment to Public Service after volunteering over 500 pro bono hours. Prior to law school, Peter attended the University of Florida, where he was a lead organizer for the Obama campaign, and received a B.A. in Political Science with a minor in Economics.