Peters is a co-founding Partner of the firm. He obtained an LLM (with Merit) in International Business Law from the University of Manchester, United Kingdom, a Diploma in Legal Practice from Law Development Centre Uganda and Bachelor of Laws from Makerere University, Uganda.
He is a member of the International Bar Association, the East Africa Law Society and the Uganda Law Society.
He specializes in corporate and commercial litigation and provides legal advisory services for local and international clients in the areas of property law, internet and e-commerce law, investment law and international trade and business. He runs an active litigation portfolio, with a number of cases that he has handled becoming precedent setting authorities in insurance law and carriage of goods. He has acted for clients in general civil, corporate and commercial litigation including specialized litigation such as electricity disputes litigation, construction litigation, environmental litigation, premises liability and tax litigation.
He is an expert on the Warsaw Convention and has successfully represented airlines in courts of law. He also has strong experience in the law of trademarks and insurance where he has successfully represented clients in courts of law. He has great passion for litigation as a practice area of law and is a leading proponent of mediation as a quick and cheaper means of settling legal disputes. Peters was instrumental in advising government on the drafting of the Condominium Property Act 2001 and regulations that changed the landscape of private real estate and property transactions.
He is the Chair of the Board of Trustees for Kulika Uganda, one of the largest private institutions providing scholarships to Ugandans as well as teaching farmers sustainable organic agriculture to improve livelihoods. He is also a board member of the Uganda Heart Institute chairing its Human Resource Committee. He is member of the Management Committee of the Law Development Centre, which is responsible for the Bar Course in Uganda. He has been appointed to be the Chairman of the LDC at 50 years celebrations which will take place on 21st August 2020.
He is an active community member and is a member of the Rotary Club of Mengo of which he is past president and holder of multiple Paul Harris Fellowships. He is a past Assistant District Governor for District 9200.
Peters is a Notary Public and a Commissioner for Oaths.