Zekariah M.


Zekariah is a J.D. candidate at Harvard Law School. He serves as a Notes Editor of the Harvard Law Review, represents low-income clients in Boston-area criminal hearings through the Harvard Defenders, and plans academic and alumni affairs activities through the Harvard Black Law Students Association. Zekariah focuses his studies on corporate law, criminal law, and dispute resolution. He has taught conflict resolution at Harvard College, and has assisted many students with their law school applications. Before law school, Zekariah called Oklahoma City, Oklahoma home. He graduated summa cum laude from Oklahoma Christian University, where he obtained degrees in Electrical Engineering and Biblical Studies. He worked for two years as an electrical engineer before transitioning to Harvard Law School. 

Zekariah is passionate about helping his friends, peers, and clients reach their goals. In his sessions, Zekariah works to develop a process by which each of his students can be successful in tackling problems without him. His academic core strengths include legal studies, oral communication, negotiation and conflict resolution, expository writing, and mathematics. He specializes in law school applications and first-year law school classes. 

When not studying or helping students, Zekariah loves to go out for coffee with friends, hike in the mountains, and enjoy great films at the theater.


Education & Qualifications
  • Harvard Law School, JD Candidate
  • Oklahoma Christian University, BS Electrical Engineering and BA in Biblical Studies
  • Legal Studies
  • JD Admissions