Zachary Olvera’s practice focuses primarily on public utility and municipal law as well as civil litigation matters, including insurance defense and personal injury. Mr. Olvera represents clients in all phases of litigation, including discovery, mediation, hearing, and trial. He also serves as the municipal prosecutor for the City of Cibolo, Texas.

While at St. Mary’s School of Law, Mr. Olvera served as a staff writer and then as a Comment Editor on the St. Mary’s Law Journal. Mr. Olvera’s comment, Gundy v. United States: How Justice Gorsuch’s Dissent and Changing Judicial Philosophy in Federal Courts May Lead to a Revised Nondelegation Doctrine and Diminish the Purpose of the Administrative Procedure Act, is published in Volume 52 of the St. Mary’s Law Journal. During law school, Mr. Olvera worked as a judicial intern for the Honorable Patricia Alvarez in the Texas Fourth Court of Appeals. He also served as the president of The Federalist Society at St. Mary’s Law.

Education & Admissions
J.D., St. Mary’s University School of Law, cum laude, 2021
B.A., The University of Texas at San Antonio, magna cum laude, 2017

Bar Admissions
Texas, 2021

Professional Affiliations
  • San Antonio Bar Association
  • San Antonio Young Lawyers Association
  • The Federalist Society
  • William S. Sessions American Inn of Court
  • The John M. Harlan Society