J.D., American University Washington College of Law
B.A., University of Wisconsin
Peter Luck is a law graduate with Jackson LLP.
Peter Luck joined Jackson LLP in 2020 after he graduated from American University Washington College of Law and moved back to his hometown of Chicago to sit for the Illinois Bar Exam. The bar exam was twice-delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic, but Peter nonetheless passed the exam and is waiting to be sworn in as an attorney in January 2021. Until then, Peter is contributing to Jackson LLP in a limited scope and under the supervision of Connor Jackson. He is excited to sit for the HCCA Certified in Healthcare Compliance exam in early 2021.
In law school, Peter was a member of the Health Law and Policy Students Association and contributed to the Health Law and Policy Brief, where he wrote and edited articles about healthcare law. He earned a Healthcare Compliance Certificate from his school after completing rigorous coursework, including “Health Care Corporate Compliance and Governance” and “False Claims in the Healthcare Industry,” for which he earned the highest grade in the class. Peter also refined his health law passion by preparing for submission a journal article analyzing state court reviewability of contract disputes brought against Medicare Advantage Organizations by their contracted providers.
Out of the classroom, Peter interned for federal Magistrate Judge Deborah A. Robinson at the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. He also worked in two different roles for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (“HHS”).
At the HHS Office of the General Counsel, Public Health Division, Peter advised the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center about federal and state issues related to end-of-life care and supported agency attorneys with cogent statutory interpretation of the 21st Century Cures Act.
At the HHS Office of Counsel to the Inspector General, Peter supported enforcement of the federal False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback Statute, Stark law, EMTALA, and Civil Monetary Penalties Law, and he assisted agency attorneys with rulemaking and advisory opinion issuance under the Regulatory Sprint to Coordinated Care initiative.
In his free time, Peter enjoys baseball, playing guitar, and hiking. He currently resides in Chicago’s Wicker Park neighborhood.