Zachary D. Schurin represents boards of education, municipalities, non-profit organizations, businesses and individuals in a wide-array of labor, employment, litigation and education law matters.
His practice includes the negotiation of certified and non-certified collective bargaining agreements, representation at grievance and interest arbitration hearings, advocacy before state and federal courts and administrative agencies, representation at student expulsion and residency hearings, the conduct of internal investigations, the drafting of formal, legal opinion letters and the development of board of education and municipal policies and regulations.
Zach has frequently written and spoken on education, labor and employment and education law issues. His written work has been published in The Connecticut Law Tribune, The Connecticut Public Interest Law Journal, the Connecticut Bar Association’s Labor and Employment Law Quarterly, The CABE Journal and Pullman & Comley’s Education Law Notes and Working Together blogs.
He is a past-president of the Connecticut Council of School Attorneys and is a member of the steering committee of Connecticut Valley Chapter of the Labor and Employment Relations Association (“LERA”).
Attorney Schurin is a graduate of the University of Connecticut School of Law and Hamilton College. Upon graduation from the University of Connecticut School of Law, Zach was awarded the Fleming James Jr. Award for excellence in labor law studies and the Connecticut Bar Association’s Labor and Employment Law Section’s annual scholarship award.
While in law school Zach served as a legislative fellow in the Connecticut General Assembly’s Office of Legislative Research