Zachary White is an attorney at Mike Slocumb Law Firm’s office in Washington, D.C. He focuses his legal practice on government contracts, administrative law, bankruptcy, and personal injury. He takes a practical and comprehensive approach to all legal areas in which he practices while always remaining truthful, honest, and transparent with his clients.
Mr. White grew up in Plymouth and Flint, Michigan. He graduated from Plymouth-Canton High School before going on to attend Western Michigan University, where he majored in communications and film media studies with a minor in philosophy. After obtaining his undergraduate degree, Mr. White attended the Antonin Scalia School of Law at George Mason, where he received his J.D. and was a Merit Scholarship recipient.
Mr. White was first drawn to the law by an innate sense of wanting to help the community on a platform where he believed he could have an impact. Defining moments in his legal career include acceptance into some top 50, 40, and 30 nationally ranked law schools, passing his Bar exam, and helping found the Northern Virginia Bankruptcy Clinic in Alexandria, Virginia.
Mr. White is admitted to the Bar in the District of Columbia. He has developed interpersonal skills over a wide range of industries that have enabled him to interact and converse with a wide swath of the public. His previous experience as an attorney for the federal government exposed him to high demands and a large workload. This empowers him to take on any task asked of him.
Mr. White’s hobbies include golf, video games, playing and watching all sports, outdoor activities, cooking, and hanging out with family and friends. He has mentored underprivileged middle schoolers through a non-profit called Higher Achievement.