Zachary J. Kluck grew up in the small farming community of Rosholt,Wisconsin, which is near Stevens Point.
Zachary did his undergraduate work at Marquette University where he was an integral member of the Marquette Band, serving as President, Vice-President, and Small Ensembles Director.
After graduating from Marquette in 2004, he worked for a personal injury firm inMilwaukee for two years.
Soon he decided that he wanted to pursue his interest in the law and was accepted to the University of Dayton School of Law (UDSL) in Ohio, a law school renowned for its Legal Profession courses involving legal research and writing.
While at UDSL, Zachary served as a member of the student-operated Honor Council and was involved in various volunteer programs, including the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program through the Internal Revenue Service, which resulted in a Pro Bono Commitment Community Award.
He was also a member of a civil trial practice team, was a law clerk inMilwaukee, and held his intern license, enabling him to represent indigent clients in county court.
After graduating from UDSL in 2009 with a JD, Zachary came back to his roots in Wisconsin and passed the Wisconsin bar exam.
He spent a year in Tomah, after which he jointed the firm in September 2010 and moved to the Madison area. He is licensed to practice in all state courts in Wisconsin, as well as the Wisconsin federal district courts.
He is married to his wonderful wife who is a teacher. In his spare time, Zachary enjoys golfing, reading, volleyball, playing with his two dogs, and watching the Packers.