Devin Zito - Technology Professional and Lawyer

Devin Zito - Technology Professional and Lawyer

Devin Zito, a Southern University Law Center graduate, explains the benefits of attending law school part-time when you’re a business owner.

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Show notes

Devin Zito studied computer information before creating a company that wrote code for financial companies. After being encouraged by his wife to attend law school, Devin Zito studied as a part-time student in both the day and evening programs at Southern Law because Devin wanted to continue running his technology company. Now, Devin Zito is the Director of Information Services and Corporate Counsel at Assurance Financial.


Listen to learn:


  • How to attend law school while running a business
  • The importance of using your college credits to prepare for law school
  • Why your solo practice should align with your existing non-legal interests


We also discuss:


  • The impact of being an adjunct law professor 
  • How an information systems background is a good foundation for law school
  • Why keeping in touch with people is REALLY important (yay networking!)


Devin Zito is licensed to practice law in Louisiana. Learn more about Devin Zito:  


LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/devin-j-zito-1013593a/


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