Mark Zamora is the son of two Cuban immigrants who fled Castro’s Cuba in the early 1960s. His family resided in Florida, where he decided to attend the University of Florida for his undergraduate degree. While at UF, he served as President of his fraternity, Epsilon Zeta. Upon graduation, Mark was named the Outstanding Male Graduate for his class of more than 2,000 seniors.
Mark continued his excellence in academic pursuits at the Cumberland Law School in Birmingham, Alabama. During his time there, Mark was named the winner of the Edwin A. Rollison Award for Excellence in legal writing. As a member of Cumberland’s Law review – the American Journal of Trial Advocacy, one of Mark’s articles was named by the National Law Journal as a “worth reading” article.
During his more than 30 years of experience as a trial attorney, Mark has striven to be an innovator in the legal field and serves as a champion for clients’ rights. He is widely considered the preeminent attorney on the topic of social media discovery and its use at trial. Mark has served as lead counsel in the matter of IN RE: TOTAL BODY FORMULA LITIGATION, which achieved a $2 million jury verdict, and served as a member of the Plaintiff’s Steering Committee in numerous national cases, including the matters of IN RE: Hydroxycut and IN RE: NECC Meningitis Litigation.
Mark takes pride in being a part of the legal community. He is licensed to practice law in the States of Florida and Georgia. He is the past President of the Southern Trial Lawyers Association and currently serves as their secretary. Mark is also a member of the American Association for Justice and sits on its board of governors. For this association, Mark is a member
of the rideshare litigation group.
Mark also maintains frequent speaking roles at continuing legal education seminars for trial lawyers. Seminars he has been offered speaking engagements that include Mass Torts Made Perfect, the Southern Trial Lawyers Association, the New Jersey Association for Justice, the American Association for Justice, the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, and the Radius of Influence seminar by Claris Law.
In addition to his presence in the legal community, Mark enjoys remaining active in his larger community. He has served as Chairman of the Board of Directors at PATH Academy Charter School in Atlanta, GA, and serves as President of the OLA Youth Athletic Association. He is also active in the University of Florida Alumni Foundation.