Education and Honors
Zoe graduated from Brigham Young University Summa Cum Laude in 2016 with a B.A. in English Language and Literature. While at BYU, Zoe had an academic paper published in Criterion: A Journal of Literary Criticism and presented her paper at the annual English Symposium academic conference. She then received a full-tuition scholarship to attend Sandra Day O-Connor College of Law, ASU, where she graduated with her J.D. degree in 2020. While in law school, Zoe worked as a research assistant for Professor Jason Cohen and served as a legal intern for the Attorney General’s Office in the Child and Family Protection Division. Zoe also served as a Research Editor for the Arizona State Law Journal. She was recognized as a Willard H. Pedrick scholar for academic excellence, received the CALI award for top grade in Legal Advocacy, and was awarded the highest distinction for pro bono hours served.
Zoe has been practicing family law with JacksonWhite for two years, where she has helped clients resolve their cases through favorable settlement agreements and has successfully advocated for clients through various types of evidentiary hearings and trials.
In her spare time, Zoe enjoys playing and coaching volleyball, kayaking, and playing the flute and piano. Zoe and her husband, Matt, have two children: a set of boy-and-girl twins named Luke and Navy.