Peter A. Pfohl

Peter A. Pfohl: Attorney with Slover & Loftus LLP
  • Partner at Slover & Loftus LLP (13 Attorneys)
  • 1224 Seventeenth Street, N.W., Washington, DC 20036-3003
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Member, Catholic University of America Law Review, 1995-1997. Author: "Who Should Pay for Agency Adjudication?: A Study of $200,00 Filing Fees at the Surface Transportation Board," 25 Trans. L.J. 57 (1997); "Congressional Review of Agency Rulemaking: The 104th Congress and the Salvage Timber Directive," 14 J.L. Pol. 1 (1998). Legislative Assistant, Congressman George J. Hochbrueckner, 1989-1994.

Areas of Practice (6)

  • Railroad Law
  • Administrative Law
  • Contract Law
  • Legislative Law
  • Federal Preemption
  • Energy Law

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
202-347-7170  Phone
202-347-3619  Fax
University Attended:
University of Notre Dame, B.A., 1989
Law School Attended:
Columbus School of Law of the Catholic University of America, J.D., cum laude, 1997
Year of First Admission:
United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia; 1997, District of Columbia; United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit
The District of Columbia Bar.
Birth Information:
Minneapolis, Minnesota, April 3, 1967
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