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Pete is an associate in HunterMaclean’s Savannah office. As a member of the business litigation practice group, he advises clients in complex litigation matters involving issues in environmental, oil and gas, transportation, and occupational health and safety law. Before joining HunterMaclean, Pete practiced in Jacksonville, Florida, with McGuireWoods LLP, where he was an associate in the firm’s regulatory and compliance department. Pete is admitted to practice in the U.S. District Courts for the Eastern District of Virginia, Northern District of Florida, Middle District of Florida, and Southern District of Florida.

Pete’s experience includes a judicial clerkship for the Honorable Arenda L. Wright Allen of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. Pete was also previously selected for the Attorney General’s Honors Program, where he served as a judicial clerk at the Drug Enforcement Administration for the Honorable Gail A. Randall and the Honorable Chief Judge John J. Mulrooney, II.

Pete earned his J.D. from the Catholic University of America’s Columbus School of Law, where he was a staff member and editorial assistant for the Catholic University Law Review. Before attending law school, Pete served as an active duty officer in the U.S. Army. His service included a combat deployment to Iraq. Upon leaving active duty, Pete joined the National Guard, where he currently serves as an officer in the Judge Advocate General’s Corps.

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HunterMaclean Announces Pandemic Response Team

COVID-19 has created unanticipated challenges for businesses of every size and across every industry. To assist clients, HunterMaclean has established a Pandemic Response Team.

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Attorney Peter J. Rowland Joins HunterMaclean

HunterMaclean is pleased to announce that Peter J. Rowland has recently joined the firm’s business litigation group. Rowland will advise clients in complex litigation matters involving issues in environmental, oil and gas, transportation, and occupational and safety law.

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