Lama Zakzok

Lama’s practice focuses on civil trial law, including construction and commercial litigation.

Lama is passionate about helping clients and uses her strong analytic and research skills to identify available solutions. Before joining The Chapman Firm, Lama began her career working in energy transactions for oil and gas companies.

On a personal note:

Lama was born and raised in Austin. Lama received her law degree from the University of Houston Law Center where she focused her studies on property and energy law. She was a member of the Alternate Dispute Resolution (ADR) team and participated in two national competitions, placing as a quarterfinalist in one. Lama is fluent in English and Arabic.

During her free time, Lama loves to travel, hike, kayak, and attend music festivals and concerts. Lama is also an avid fan of the Dallas Cowboys.

Published Works

“The State of International Offshore Regulation A Decade After the Deepwater Horizon” – Forbes Magazine April 2020, University of Houston Energy Fellows

Bar Admissions

Texas Bar

Professional Associations and Memberships

State Bar of Texas, Construction Law Section
State Bar of Texas, Alternate Dispute Resolution Section
Austin Bar Association, Construction Law Section
Austin Young Lawyers Association
Travis County Women Lawyers’ Association

Education and Certifications

J.D., University of Houston Law Center 2021
2021 Tulane NFL Negotiations Competition (Quarterfinalist)
2020 Tom Newhouse Mediation Competition (Director)
2020 Blakely-Butler Moot Court Competition
2020 Lorance-Thompson Negotiation and Contract Drafting Competition (Quarterfinalist)
2020 ABA Regional Mediation Competition