Mark Zocher

Chief Technology Officer

Richland, WA


Raised in Prosser and transplanted into Minnesota, Mark Zocher is a dynamic and accomplished Chief Technology Officer known for his commitment to driving innovation and accessibility in the legal landscape. With his charismatic leadership style and visionary mindset, he transforms technology to pave the way for enhanced legal services.

Mark brings a wide range of IT experience through his prior employment with the City of Bellevue, the University of San Diego, and more. Mark managed a team of 8 employees at the City of Bellevue to provide client technology and end-user support for 1,600+ full-time employees across all departments. Mark also served on the IT Leadership Team, where he assisted in drafting the City’s IT and technology vision, strategy, and policies.

Mark excels in connecting clients with their attorneys through cutting-edge technological tools, such as Clever Case, Teams, SharePoint, and more. His profound commitment to utilizing technology to strengthen attorney-client relationships has been pivotal in fostering seamless interactions and unparalleled client satisfaction.

Mark’s proudest professional achievement is his instrumental role in ensuring Gravis Law’s uninterrupted operation during the challenging times of the COVID-19 pandemic. His strategic leadership and swift implementation of remote work solutions allowed the firm to continue delivering impeccable services to clients without any disruption.

What Mark likes most about the legal tech industry is the new challenges every day, which he fearlessly conquers with his unwavering confidence and accomplishment-driven approach. He holds certifications in ITIL V3 Foundations and as a Ham Radio Operator. Outside of work, Mark enjoys home renovation projects and keeping his creativity flowing with quirky electronics.

  • B.A., Marketing, University of San Diego, 2014
  • "Artificial Ineptness: An Amusing Address on AI,” Nerd Nite Winona, April 2023

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