OVERVIEW

Zoe Krey is a dynamic associate within Bernkopf’s litigation department. In her role, she assists clients through intricate business and commercial challenges. With a solid foundation in legal research and a keen eye for detail, Zoe is committed to achieving optimal results for the firm’s clients.

Zoe’s passion for advocacy was evident during her time at Boston University School of Law, where she engaged in notable activities, including contributing to the International Law Journal and being an active member of both the Women of Law Association and First Generation Professionals. This dedication extended into her role as a General Legal Practice Intern for Health Law Advocates. Here, she championed the cause of low-income residents navigating medical service-related legal challenges, further honing her skills and deepening her commitment to justice.

Before stepping into her role as an associate at Bernkopf, Zoe familiarized herself with the firm’s culture and working style by serving as a law clerk for a year. This experience offered her a deep dive into legal research, document drafting, and an up-close look at litigation processes, setting a solid foundation for her current role.

Outside her professional pursuits, Zoe enjoys running, diving into creative writing projects, and meditation.

Credentials

Education

• J.D. from Boston University School of Law, 2023
• B.A., summa cum laude, in History with a minor in Classical Studies from Seton Hall University, 2020

Bar Admission

  • Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Zoe Krey is a dynamic associate within Bernkopf’s litigation department. In her role, she assists clients through intricate business and commercial challenges. With a solid foundation in legal research and a keen eye for detail, Zoe is committed to achieving optimal results for the firm’s clients.

Zoe’s passion for advocacy was evident during her time at Boston University School of Law, where she engaged in notable activities, including contributing to the International Law Journal and being an active member of both the Women of Law Association and First Generation Professionals. This dedication extended into her role as a General Legal Practice Intern for Health Law Advocates. Here, she championed the cause of low-income residents navigating medical service-related legal challenges, further honing her skills and deepening her commitment to justice.

Before stepping into her role as an associate at Bernkopf, Zoe familiarized herself with the firm’s culture and working style by serving as a law clerk for a year. This experience offered her a deep dive into legal research, document drafting, and an up-close look at litigation processes, setting a solid foundation for her current role.

Outside her professional pursuits, Zoe enjoys running, diving into creative writing projects, and meditation.

Education

• J.D. from Boston University School of Law, 2023
• B.A., summa cum laude, in History with a minor in Classical Studies from Seton Hall University, 2020

Bar Admission

  • Commonwealth of Massachusetts