Peter Marsh received a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Wesleyan University in 1976. Since receiving a law degree four years later, he has represented people with disabilities and organizations that provide services to them. He has also helped government agencies, foundations, and nonprofit groups develop humane animal protection programs throughout the United States and written two books about the eradication of population-control killing in animal shelters. Peter lives with his wife in a small New Hampshire town.
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