Mark is the son of two Cuban immigrants who fled Castro’s Cuba in the early 1960’s. He graduated from the University of Florida where he was named the outstanding Male Graduate of his class of more than 2,000 seniors.
From college, Mark attended Cumberland Law School in Birmingham, Alabama. He was chosen as the winner of the Edwin A. Rollison Award for Excellence in Legal Writing. He was a member of law review – the American Journal of Trial Advocacy. As a law student, his work was named one of the National Law Journal’s "Worth Reading" articles.
Mark is an innovator and champion of the rights of consumers. He was a founding member of the Southwest Florida Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Past President of the Epsilon Zeta Foundation; Member of Leadership Jacksonville, and he is currently the Secretary of the Southern Trial Lawyers Association.
Mark is a leader in national litigation: In addition to serving as lead counsel in IN RE: TOTAL BODY FORMULA LITIGATION, where he served as trial counsel in a case with a $2 Million dollar jury verdict, he has served as a member of the Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee in the following matters: IN RE HYdroxycut and IN RE NECC Meningitis Litigation.
Mr. Zamora is active in his community, serving as Chairman of the Board of Directors at PATH Academy Charter School in Atlanta, GA, and he is President of the OLA Youth Athletic Association. He is a frequent speaker in trial lawyer continuing legal education events, and is widely considered the preeminent attorney on the topic of social media discovery and its use at trial. He has been invited to speak at Mass Torts Made Perfect, the Southern Trial Lawyers Association, the New Jersey Association for Justice, the American Association for Justice, the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, and the Radius of Influence seminar by ClarisLaw.
He is one of the founding members of and contributing author to the Trial Lawyer Center.