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Peter J. Gregory ’10 was recently the subject of a “Fast Start” profile by the Rochester Business Journal for his community service, and for his early career success in the practice of law.
Gregory, the youngest attorney at McConville, Considine, Cooman & Morin P.C., is a board member for Quad A for Kids, an after-school arts and athletics program for several Rochester, N.Y., elementary schools.
“The goal is to set the building blocks for these kids to graduate from high school and go on to successful lives,” said Gregory in the profile, noting also that the Quad A board faced a generation gap and wanted to bring in young professionals.
As a trial attorney in his firm’s litigation group, Gregory focuses his practice on a wide range of civil litigation matters including general tort law, collections, and commercial and business litigation.
In addition to Quad A, he is a board member for the Allendale Columbia School Alumni Association. He is also active with the Rochester-area nonprofit Foodlink, as well as the Rochester Young Professionals.
A native of Rochester, Gregory earned a political science degree from Hobart College before attending Albany Law School. While in law school, he clerked for an Albany-based personal injury firm.