Peter Scott

Adjunct Professor
Professional Responsibility
Peter Scott

Peter Scott has worked for the last decade as general counsel for a manufacturing company in Concord, New Hampshire.  Prior legal work included staff attorney for the New Hampshire Supreme Court, a stint at the New Hampshire Office of Attorney General, associate at a large firm, and partner at a small firm. 

Mr. Scott previously taught Professional Responsibility at Franklin Pierce Law Center in the 1990’s.  He has also taught courses in both mathematics and computer science at the Durham campus of UNH in the 2000’s.  In the 1970’s, Mr. Scott worked with four- and five-year-olds at a Head Start Center in New York City, where he met and married the woman in charge of the two-year-olds. 

Mr. Scott is active in the New Hampshire Ethics Committee, and has been, off and on, for the past thirty years.  He is currently a member of MIT’s IRB, the Committee on the Use of Humans as Experimental Subjects.  In the past he has served on the New Hampshire Legislative Ethics Committee, and the New Hampshire Board of Bar Examiners. 

Outside interests include motorcycles, tennis, basketball, chess, and World of Warcraft.  When his knees were better, Mr. Scott also ran and played competitive volleyball, soccer, and ultimate disc.