Zach Bowman has joined Cain & Skarnulis as an associate with a focus on employment discrimination litigation, property tax litigation, and commercial litigation.
Zach Bowman has joined Cain & Skarnulis as an associate with a focus on commercial litigation and appeals. Zach formerly practiced property tax and civil litigation after serving as a briefing attorney to Justice Paul Green at the Texas Supreme Court.
Zach received his B.A. in Government and B.S. in Radio-TV-Film from the University of Texas at Austin in 2005. He graduated from South Texas College of Law in 2010. While in law school, Zach was an active participant in the school’s nationally recognized advocacy program, winning a national championship at the ABA Appellate Advocacy Competition in Chicago, where he also won Best Advocate, and winning a state championship at the TYLA State Moot Court Competition, where he successfully argued in front of seven members of the Texas Supreme Court. Zach also served as a Note & Comment Editor on the South Texas Law Review and was named a member of the national Order of the Barristers.
After serving as a briefing attorney at the Texas Supreme Court, Zach presented a CLE with appellate practitioner Doug Alexander regarding petition for review practice in front of the Texas Supreme Court. In 2011, Zach began private practice in commercial litigation at Schwartz, Junell, Greenberg & Oathout, LLP in Houston, where he also practiced employment discrimination litigation and litigated and advised clients on covenants not to compete.