Peter Lubershane


617.224.0619


Education

Boston University School of Law, JD, 2018, cum laude

Wesleyan University, BA, 2010


Peter Lubershane joined Klein Hornig in 2018, focusing his practice on a wide range of affordable housing and community development issues. Peter regularly represents nonprofit and for-profit developers in complex transactions involving federal and state Low Income Housing Tax Credits and New Markets Tax Credits.

Prior to joining Klein Hornig, Peter was a summer associate at Nolan Sheehan Patten LLP where he developed an understanding and appreciation for the unique, multi-tiered financing structures involved in affordable housing and community development projects. Before law school, Peter’s work for the JFK Library Foundation and for Congresswoman Niki Tsongas focused on revitalizing local communities in Massachusetts, including providing assistance with several redevelopment projects in Lowell, Lawrence, and Fitchburg.

At BU Law, Peter worked in the Legislative Policy and Drafting Clinic, served as the Student Government President, and was awarded the Sylvia Beinecke Robinson Award for significant contributions to the life of the School of Law.

BAR ADMISSIONS

  • Massachusetts
  • Maine
  • Currently representing a community development entity based in Virginia, in connection with multiple New Markets Tax Credit projects throughout Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee
  • Currently representing a national developer in large-scale redevelopments of both public housing and privately-owned multifamily sites combining multiple sources of funds including federal and state low-income housing tax credits, federal and state low-income housing tax credits, Choice Neighborhoods Implementation (CNI) Grant proceeds, and the Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) Program
  • Counsels non-profits on compliance with 501(c)(3) rules and governance related questions
  • Represented multiple New England area nonprofit private schools and charter schools in obtaining bond financings, entering into highly structured New Markets Tax Credit transactions and unwinding the same
  • Represented a nonprofit in constructing a year-round farmers market in Rhode Island using New Markets Tax Credits and state tax credits
  • Represented multiple community health center QALICBs in connection with the unwind of New Markets Tax Credit financing
  • American Bar Association