As a general civil arbitrator and mediator for the courts of Oregon, Michele Peters is no longer in private practice.
Born in Portland, Oregon, Michele Peters came to the practice of law later in life after prior successful careers in real estate, entertainment, and teaching. She is a graduate of New York Law School and Syracuse University where she graduated with performance honors in music and education, with masters work in theater.
She believes our lives and work can and should be conducted with professionalism and mutual respect.
For 25 years she was a resident of Manhattan - New York City, where she prosperously worked as a musician, an educator, a real estate broker, business owner and ultimately an attorney since 2000. She moved to the central coast of Oregon in late 2015 and became licensed in the state in 2016. She filed retired status in New York State and New Jersey in 2017.
Upon graduating law school, Michele began work at Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson (now Fried Frank) a top tier international law firm, working in their NY office as an associate in the corporate restructuring department. Her work included the due diligence entailed with public and private companies in out-of-court restructurings and workouts, “prepackaged” and prearranged bankruptcies, traditional Chapter 11 cases, and related transactions, strategy and governance issues.
Michele went on to provide counsel to residential cooperative boards of directors in landlord / tenant matters; property management; general business law; which included claims of housing discrimination; as well as work on residential and commercial real estate transaction matters. More details about her background are available at https://www.mpetersesq.com/attorneys
- New York Law School
- Arbitrator and Mediator
- Oregon Courts
- - Current
- Arbitration & Mediation
- Real Estate Law
- Business Law
- Family Law