Peter Lewicki represents public entities in a wide array of labor and employment matters.  His experience includes representing clients in grievance, disciplinary and termination matters, Skelly hearings, termination arbitrations and administrative appeals.

Prior to joining AALRR, Mr. Lewicki served as Deputy Attorney General for the California Department of Justice where he defended the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation and its employees in civil actions, including federal and state civil rights claims and medical negligence claims. He also previously served as general counsel to public safety employee associations in grievance and labor relations matters, including unfair labor practices under the Meyers-Milias-Brown Act and Higher Education Employee Employer Relations Act.  He also previously served as a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney for King County, Washington (Seattle and metropolitan area) for over eleven years, trying approximately 65 felony matters to jury verdict, and serving as the lead prosecutor for complex identity theft and bank fraud matters in Washington’s largest county.

Mr. Lewicki has also represented peace officers and firefighters in Procedural Bill of Rights Act litigation, handled felony use-of-force matters, and represented peace officers in litigation arising out of critical incidents such as officer-involved-shootings and deaths-in-custody.

Honors & Recognitions

  • 2015, King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office “Outstanding Trial Advocacy - Criminal Litigation” for jury verdicts in complex multi-jurisdictional identity theft ring
  • 2015, “United States Secret Service Certificate of Appreciation” for work on the agency’s identity theft and bank fraud investigations and prosecutions

Practice Areas

News & Publications

Community Involvement

Community & Professional

Sacramento Lacrosse Association, youth coach and volunteer


J.D., Gonzaga University School of Law
B.A., Whitman College


  • 2018, California
    2007, Washington (inactive)
    U.S. District Courts, Central, Eastern, Northern, and Southern Districts of California
    Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals 
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