Zac Cooper is a graduate of Queen’s University’s Faculty of Law. Prior to law school, Zac studied commerce at the Smith School of Business at Queen’s University, and was selected as one of five students for the university’s inaugural BCom/JD dual degree class.
Zac was called to the Ontario Bar in 2020. Prior to joining the firm, he articled at a leading civil litigation firm in downtown Toronto. Throughout his articles, Zac made frequent appearances before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice.
Throughout law school, Zac balanced academics with numerous extracurricular and work experiences. For over two years, Zac managed a for-profit, student run consultancy that provided advisory services to local businesses, government agencies and not-for-profits in Kingston and surrounding areas. He also served as a teaching assistant for multiple introductory law courses offered by both the Faculty of Commerce and the Faculty of Arts & Science.
Having worked in a broad range of industries, Zac brings a unique perspective to the firm. Prior to law school, he worked as a corporate foreign exchange trader, worked in the marketing department of a local startup, and worked as an analyst underwriting mezzanine debt financing transactions for a large business development bank.
Zac is a huge Toronto sports fan and rarely misses a Leafs or Raptors game. He also enjoys playing hockey, tennis, golf and floorball.
Law Society of Ontario
JD, Queen’s University
BCom, Smith School of Business, Queen’s University