Zach Wortham grew up in Beaumont, Texas. He attended Baylor University where he graduated in 2013 with a bachelor's degree in Biochemistry. After much deliberation and soul searching (and pressure from his parents to attend medical school), Zach decided to go to law school. He attended Baylor Law School where he quickly found a love for the courtroom in Baylor’s infamous practice court program.
After graduating law school in 2016, Zach served in a federal clerkship in Gulfport, Mississippi for the Chief Judge of the Southern District of Mississippi, the Honorable Lou Guirola, where he had the opportunity to get a behind the scenes view of federal practice. Upon completion of his clerkship, Zach moved to Austin where he worked as a prosecutor in the Travis County Attorney’s Office. There he had the opportunity to learn from experienced trial lawyers and fine tune his trial skills in the courtroom. After almost four years in the Travis County Attorney’s Office, Zach decided it was time to see if the grass was really greener on the other side and helped found Roark, Hull & Wortham.
Zach likes to hunt and fish and spend time with friends, his wife and two dogs.
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