Zachary Krowitz is an associate in Cohen Milstein’s Antitrust practice, where he represents a broad range of individuals and businesses in civil litigation, with a focus on multi-district class actions and antitrust litigation.
Prior to joining the firm, Zac served as a law clerk for the Honorable Pamela A. Harris of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. Before his clerkship, he was an associate with a global law firm, where he focused on complex commercial litigation and criminal defense.
In law school, Zac served as symposium co-chair and senior editor for the Stanford Law Review and was a participant in Stanford’s Supreme Court Litigation Clinic, during which he helped drafted merits briefs and cert petitions for the United States Supreme Court. He was also a member of Stanford’s Housing Pro Bono Project, provided pro bono assistance on the direct appeal of a criminal conviction in Colorado state court, and co-authored “Confronting Efforts at Election Manipulation from Foreign Media Organizations” in Securing American Elections: Prescriptions for Enhancing the Integrity and Independence of the 2020 U.S. Presidential Elections and Beyond, Stanford Cyber Policy Center Freeman Spolgi Institute (June 2019).
Before law school, Zac was a staff assistant for U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal.
- Brief of Community Development Financial Institutions and Credit Unions as Amici Curiae In Support of Petitioners, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau v. Community Financial Services Ass’n of America, Ltd. (U.S. Supreme Court)