Peter McGraw, a recent graduate of The University of Michigan Law School and a Southern California native, joined the Hogg Foundation as a mental health policy fellow. The foundation leans on McGraw’s legal background to inform its policy initiatives.
Previously, while with the University of Michigan, Peter acted as a student-attorney with the school’s Child Advocacy Law Clinic and studied civil rights and poverty law.
Prior to joining the Hogg Foundation, Peter worked as a Public Interest Law Initiative fellow for the Legal Assistance Foundation of Metropolitan Chicago where he assisted in the provision of civil legal services to low-income communitiess on the Westside of Chicago.
More recently, Peter worked for the American Civil Liberties Union of Texas where he helped research and investigate impact litigation for the organization’s Racial Justice project. In addition to his law degree, Peter earned his bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of California, San Diego.