Zachary S. Anstett joined the Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog LLP team after serving as a judicial law clerk for one year where he worked directly with North Carolina’s trial court judges on complex and nuanced issues. As an associate attorney in the Raleigh office, Zack works primarily with the workers’ compensation section. Zack received his undergraduate degree from the University of Maryland in 2015 and his law degree from Campbell University School of Law where he graduated cum laude in 2018.
While attending Campbell, Zack was the recipient of the Janette Soles Nelson Public Service Scholarship, the president of the Christian Legal Society, a member of Campbell’s mock trial team, and a member of Campbell’s nationally recognized client counseling team. Zack honed his legal research and writing at the Supreme Court of North Carolina as a judicial extern for Senior Associate Justice Paul Martin Newby and sharpened his advocacy at the United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of North Carolina. Upon graduation, he was inducted into the Order of Old Kivett and received the Howard Memorial Christian Citizenship Award, a faculty-selected award given to one student who exemplifies outstanding Christian values and principles.
Zack and his wife, Tara, live together in Raleigh and enjoy spending time with family and friends, volunteering with their church, and doing just about anything outdoors.
Articles, Presentations, And Publications
- 4th Circuit: Alleged Sexist Remarks Insufficient to Support Employee’s Title VII Claims, NCBARblog.com
- SCOTUS Interprets the ADEA to Apply to State Entities Regardless of Size, NCBARblog.com
- Procedure Matters: Fourth Circuit Holds 180-Day Waiting Period for Federal Employees to File Suit is Not Jurisdictional, NCBARblog.com
- Court Decision Highlights Importance of ADA ‘Interactive Process’, NCBARblog.com