Gregory Zarzaur is the founding member and lead trial attorney at The Zarzaur Law Firm. Gregory has practiced law for over 22 years and has represented crime victims in civil litigation for over a decade.
He is a member of the National Crime Victim Bar Association and serves on the board of CHILD USAdvocacy, which works with advocates across the country to educate legislative leaders to sponsor and pass common-sense child protection legislation.
Over the past decade, Gregory has been frequently invited to speak, nationally and internationally, to bar associations and trafficking organizations on the civil justice remedies available to survivors of human trafficking. He is believed to be the first attorney in the country to use the civil remedy provision from a human trafficking law to bring a lawsuit on behalf of a sex trafficking survivor against a national hotel brand. He is also one of the first attorneys to overcome a Motion to Dismiss filed by the notorious website Backpage.com who for years had used Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act to fend off lawsuits aimed at holding the website liable for its role in facilitating domestic sex trafficking.
Gregory has also served on the board of One Place Metro Alabama Family Justice Center, which provides coordinated services to victims and survivors of domestic and sexual violence through a multi-disciplinary team of professionals working together under one roof. He is dedicated to increasing awareness of crime victim rights and assisting victims in maximizing any recovery they may be entitled to under the law.
Gregory has been named an Alabama/ Mid-South Super Lawyer since 2014 and rated AV® Preeminent™ by Martindale-Hubbell®, the highest possible rating in both legal ability and ethical standards.
Greg is a proud father and husband. He is an avid fan of his alma mater Notre Dame where he was a walk-on football player under Hall of Fame Coach Lou Holtz.