Zack is a Staff Attorney with The Advocates for Human Rights' Refugee & Immigrant Program's Afghan Legal Clinic. His work focuses on finding paths to permanency for, and representing, recent Afghan arrivals to Minnesota. His clients include many families and individuals who were evacuated during and shortly after the fall of Kabul.
Prior to joining the Advocates, Zack was the Albert M. Sacks Clinical Teaching Fellow at the Harvard Law School Immigration & Refugee Clinic, where he supervised student attorneys representing asylum seekers in matters before the Boston Immigration Court and Asylum Office and pursuing federal impact litigation projects to defend and expand asylum access. He also taught and developed curriculum for substantive asylum and immigration law classes. Before joining HIRC, Zack was in private practice as an immigration attorney with a Manhattan law firm.
Zack is a graduate of the University of Minnesota Law School and Macalester College.