Zach Okun – Attorney

Zach Okun

(310) 996-7500

(310) 575-4353


University of Oregon
Bachelor of Arts 2018
Pepperdine University
Juris Doctorate 2022
Admitted into the California State Bar: 2022

Zach Okun is an associate attorney at Stoll, Nussbaum & Polakov. Zach’s journey to the legal profession began with his exceptional athletic career. As a standout athlete, he excelled on the football field, earning numerous accolades for his abilities, leadership, and determination. Through his experiences as an Army All-American and as an Offensive Lineman for the Oregon Ducks, Zach has developed a deep sense of resilience and a relentless work ethic—qualities that he now channels into fighting for the rights of injury victims.

After graduating from the University of Oregon, Zach pursued his Juris Doctorate from Pepperdine University. While in law school, Zach participated in numerous extracurricular activities, clerked at a civil litigation firm, served on the editorial board for the Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal, published his first article entitled Fixing the Dent: How NFL Owners Closed the Door to Civil Common Law Liability, 22 Pepp. Disp. Resol. L.J. 377 (2022), and obtained certificates in Dispute Resolution and Sports, Media, and Entertainment Law. Zach earned his Juris Doctorate from Pepperdine University in 2022.

Zach is a dedicated and ambitious attorney whose passion lies in advocating for individuals who have been injured due to the negligence of others. Drawing on his background as an athlete, he approaches each case with a competitive edge and winning mentality, relentlessly pursuing justice for his clients. Zach’s experience as a former athlete provides him with a unique perspective on the physical, emotional, and financial challenges that injury victims face, allowing him to provide compassionate and effective representation. With his unwavering commitment to his clients' well-being and his proven track record of success, Zach is a trusted advocate for injury victims seeking justice and compensation.