Peter Vickery practices law in Amherst, Massachusetts, where he focuses on defending employers in discrimination cases and representing landlords in eviction proceedings. Peter’s practice also includes civil litigation, land use and zoning disputes, and trademarks.
Tel. (413) 992 2915
Landlords, click here.
For discrimination defense, click here.
I, Peter Vickery, live on, work on, and enjoy land along the Kwinitekw, which land is and was the unceded ancestral homeland of the Pocumtuc and Norwottuck/Nonotuck peoples, whose stewardship of the land and waterways through the generations to the present day I acknowledge and honor with gratitude. To those living peoples, and to the Nipmuc to the east, and to the Pennacook to the north, I extend my respect, and commit to learning more about their enduring relationship with the land on which I stand and to taking meaningful action in support of Native nations and communities.
About Peter Vickery, Esq.
Peter is a graduate of Oxford University (Jesus College), the University of the West of England, Boston University School of Law, and the Center for Public Policy & Administration at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. He is a former member of the Governor’s Council (the elected body that reviews the Massachusetts governor’s nominations to the state courts) and of the State Ballot Law Commission.
Peter is admitted to practice in the state courts of Massachusetts as well as the First Circuit Court of Appeals and the Federal District Court for the District of Massachusetts.
In addition to practicing law, Peter has taught courses on public policy, legislative drafting, and negotiation.