Peter F. Black
Location:One World Trade Center, Suite 1800
Long Beach CA 90831-1800
Peter F. Black graduated from Dickinson College with a B.A. in psychology and political science in 2008 and received his J.D. and Certificate of Specialization in Admiralty and Maritime Law from Tulane University Law School in New Orleans in 2014. During law school, he served as Senior Communications Editor for the Tulane Maritime Law Journal and was a member of the Maritime Law Society and Tulane Inn of Court.
Following law school, he worked as a claims executive for an International Group P&I club, where he handled a wide array of defense claims and was responsible for initiating emergency responses to serious shipping casualties and coordinating casualty investigations in both foreign and domestic jurisdictions. He joined the Long Beach office of Flynn, Delich & Wise LLP in 2017.
Peter is an active member of the Maritime Law Association and is currently Vice Chair of the Young Lawyer Committee as well as liaison to the Website and Technology Committee. He is also an associate member of the Ball/Hunt/Schooley American Inn of Court and Vice Chair on the ABA’s Admiralty and Maritime Law Committee. Peter has given presentations on various maritime issues including shipowner liability for infectious disease exposure and the legal implications of blockchain in shipping.
Peter is admitted to practice in Louisiana, New York, California, and Washington.
Dickinson College, 2008
Tulane University Law School, 2014