Zachary L. Catanzaro
Assistant Professor of Law
St. Thomas University College of Law
Faculty Suite (209)
16401 NW 37th Ave
Miami Gardens, FL 33054
B.A. Entreprenurial Management, Florida Atlantic University
B.A. Marketing, Florida Atlantic University
J.D., St. Thomas University School of Law
Zachary L. Catanzaro
Zachary L. Catanzaro joined the STU Law faculty in 2021. While in private practice, Zachary was a corporate advertising and cyberlawyer in Boca Raton, Florida. His cyberlaw practice focused on international transactions and emergent technologies, including blockchain, cryptocurrency, artificial intelligence and other forms of digital data analytics, privacy matters, white collar computer crimes, and complex ESI projects. His advertising practice encompassed domestic and international trademark litigation and product and service claim litigation.
Zachary graduated magna cum laude from St. Thomas University in 2012, having served as Articles Editor of Law Review. He received best student awards in the areas of Intellectual Property, Antitrust, Trade Secrets, Constitutional Law (Bill of Rights), Criminal Law, and Civil Procedure I and II. During law school, he interned for the Honorable Justice James E.C. Perry (ret.) of the Florida Supreme Court, the Honorable Magistrate Barry S. Seltzer (ret.) of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida, the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office, and for Kain Spielman PA, a complex intellectual property litigation boutique.
Zachary’s education and policy work extends beyond the classroom. He has published several cyberlaw papers. Zachary has served as Academic Chair of the Florida Bar Business Law Section’s eDiscovery & Digital Evidence Committee and Digital Currency & Blockchain Technology Task Force; Vice Chair of the Florida Bar Committee on Lawyer Advertising; as a member of the Florida Bar’s Entertainment, Arts, and Sports Law Section; and as a member of the Business Law Section’s Intellectual Property Committee, Computer Law and Technology Committee, and Civil Rules Task Force.
Current and Recent Courses
Blockchain & Cryptocurrency Law
Intellectual Property Overview