Adam L. Peterson
Adam L. Peterson is an Associate attorney at Pearlman & Miranda, with experience in each of the firm’s Practice Areas. Mr. Peterson clerked for firm attorneys Stephen B. Pearlman, Deborah S. Verderame, and Patricia J. Ryou at their prior law firm, and has been with Pearlman & Miranda since its inception in February, 2014.
Mr. Peterson’s practical knowledge and experience in the emerging field of Renewable Energy Law rivals that of any attorney in the State. He has done extensive work on regional solar pooled financing programs for local governments, offshore wind renewable energy certificate (OREC) orders, energy resiliency programs, and is currently working on developing the firm’s virtual net metering program. In addition, before his legal career, Mr. Peterson worked as an Environmental Analyst for the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.
Mr. Peterson earned his law degree from the Seton Hall University School of Law, which he attended while working as a full time law clerk and as Senior Editor of the Law Review. He graduated Order of the Coif and magna cum laude. He currently lives in Monroe, New York with his wife, Parinaz, and their daughter, Leila.
New Jersey Law Journal. 29 March 2014.
It's Time for Urban Redevelopment Through Benefit Corporations.
Stephen B. Pearlman, Adam L. Peterson, and Annie M. Collart