Professor Zachary L. Catanzaro is an Assistant Professor of Law at St. Thomas University College of law, with expertise in the areas of intellectual property, artificial intelligence, digital assets, and cyberlaw. He has a wealth of experience in these fields, having spent over a decade practicing law before transitioning to academia.
Professor Catanzaro recently published a paper on NFTs in the prestigious Harvard Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law, and is known for his extensive knowledge and insight in these complex and rapidly evolving areas of law. In addition to his legal background, Professor Catanzaro is also a trained musician and avid pianist, which gives him a unique perspective on the intersection of law and creativity.
He is actively involved in the legal community, volunteering for the Florida Bar where he serves as the academic chair of the Business Law Section's Blockchain & Digital Assets Committee and eDiscovery & Electronic Evidence Committee. Professor Catanzaro is available for consultations with clients and is dedicated to providing professional legal guidance and representation.