Zalman Kass graduated from the Boston University School of Law and earned his undergraduate degree from Yeshivas Lubavitch. While in law school, he participated in both the Stone Moot Court Competition and the BU Civil Litigation Clinic. As a member of the clinic, he successfully represented indigent individuals in housing and employment disputes. He also interned at the Kings County District Attorney’s office prosecuting misdemeanor offenses on behalf of the county.

Prior to joining Rivero Mestre, Kass was awarded a public interest fellowship. As a legal fellow at the Legal Aid Service of Broward County, he further honed his litigation skills representing clients facing eviction and the termination of their federal housing benefits.

Education

Boston University School of Law, J.D.


Yeshivas Lubavitch, equivalent of B.A. in Talmudic Law

Admissions

Florida Bar, 2012


Massachusetts Bar, 2013