Zoe Russell

Criminal Defense Attorney

Zoe Russell

Zoe is a fierce and creative criminal defense lawyer who advocates for her clients by exhausting every available strategy.

She is an associate of Hunter, Lane, & Jampala, joining the team after running a successful solo practice for three years. Zoe has garnered exceptional results for her clients in Bexar and surrounding counties defending against charges including sexual assault, assault with a deadly weapon, DWI, family violence, theft, and drug possession. Zoe is licensed to practice in federal court in the Southern and Western Districts of Texas.

Prior to opening her own practice, Zoe worked as an associate for Flanary Law Firm and also clerked throughout law school for both Flanary Law Firm and Goldstein, Goldstein & Hilley.

Zoe is a board member of the San Antonio Criminal Defense Lawyers Association (SACDLA), is the Chair of the SACDLA CLE Committee, and is a member of the Cannabis Committee of the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association (TCDLA). In 2022, Zoe was the recipient of both the Young Defender of the Year Award from SACDLA and the Young Lawyer of the Year Award from the San Antonio Young Lawyers Association (SAYLA).

Zoe graduated magna cum laude from St. Mary’s School of Law where she served as the President of the Criminal Law Association. Her comment, First They Came for the Child Pornographers: The FBI’s International Search Warrant to Hack the Dark Web, was published in the St. Mary’s Law Journal in 2017.

Before law school, Zoe managed bulk shipping operations for a biomass manufacturer based in Houston, Texas. 

Zoe cheers on her alma mater, Auburn University, every football season with her husband and two dogs.

Criminal Defense Attorney

Zoe Russell

Zoe is a fierce and creative criminal defense lawyer who advocates for her clients by exhausting every available strategy.

She is an associate of Hunter, Lane, & Jampala, joining the team after running a successful solo practice for three years. Zoe has garnered exceptional results for her clients in Bexar and surrounding counties defending against charges including sexual assault, assault with a deadly weapon, DWI, family violence, theft, and drug possession. Zoe is licensed to practice in federal court in the Southern and Western Districts of Texas.

Prior to opening her own practice, Zoe worked as an associate for Flanary Law Firm and also clerked throughout law school for both Flanary Law Firm and Goldstein, Goldstein & Hilley.

Zoe is a board member of the San Antonio Criminal Defense Lawyers Association (SACDLA), is the Chair of the SACDLA CLE Committee, and is a member of the Cannabis Committee of the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association (TCDLA). In 2022, Zoe was the recipient of both the Young Defender of the Year Award from SACDLA and the Young Lawyer of the Year Award from the San Antonio Young Lawyers Association (SAYLA).

Zoe graduated magna cum laude from St. Mary’s School of Law where she served as the President of the Criminal Law Association. Her comment, First They Came for the Child Pornographers: The FBI’s International Search Warrant to Hack the Dark Web, was published in the St. Mary’s Law Journal in 2017.

Before law school, Zoe managed bulk shipping operations for a biomass manufacturer based in Houston, Texas. 

Zoe cheers on her alma mater, Auburn University, every football season with her husband and two dogs.

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