Zach is BRE Law’s newest attorney. He attended law school at the University of Illinois on a substantial merit-based scholarship, graduating cum laude. While at the U of I, his article about long-term care financing reform was published by the Illinois Elder Law Journal. He also received the Ward F. McDonald scholarship for excellence in real estate during law school, and was selected in 2018 as a runner-up for the Paul Lisnek Award, which is given for excellence in law school trial advocacy.

Zach worked at BRE Law as a law clerk, so you’ve probably seen him around! Prior to joining us, he spent many years working in the construction industry, first as a non-union worker for his grandfather’s construction company and then as a union fire sprinkler fitter for Local 669.

In addition to working with virtually all of our attorneys on their cases, Zach will focus his practice on civil litigation matters, including personal injury, social security disability, and construction & real estate issues.