Zeke attended Texas Tech University to pursue a degree in Architecture. In 2004, he graduated with this Bachelor of Science in Architecture, Master of Architecture, and Master of Business Administration. Upon graduation, he decided to obtain his law degree from Pepperdine University School of Law, where he graduated in 2007.
Zeke began his legal career as a prosecutor and has tried over 150 jury trials, including several high profile cases involving Aggravated Kidnapping and Capital Murder. Zeke took pride in representing victims and seeking justice on their behalf.
In 2017, Zeke joined Eberstein Witherite to continue to help victims recover their damages. He enjoys learning more about each victims’ experience so he can better represent them in court.
Outside of practicing law, Zeke has taught Trial Advocacy at SMU School of Law as an adjunct professor, and coached high school mock trial teams. He also is very involved in the Texas Young Lawyers Association where he served as Chair of the Board for 2016-2017.
Zeke and his wife live in the North Dallas area and enjoy traveling, involvement with their church, and spending time with friends.