Ilan Zur is an associate attorney at Olson Remcho. Mr. Zur advises clients on political and government law matters, and compliance with campaign finance laws, lobbying, and elections. Mr. Zur also represents clients in litigation over election law, public policy, and constitutional issues.
During his joint degree program in law and public policy at University of California Los Angeles, Mr. Zur specialized in UCLA Law’s David J. Epstein Program in Public Interest Law and Policy, and interned at the San Diego City Attorney’s Office, the Government Law Section of the California Attorney General’s Office, the California Air Resources Board, and ACLU California Action. He co-founded the Tenants Law Association, served as chair of the Skid Row Housing Clinic, and was a research assistant for UCLA Law faculty. He was also an editor on UCLA Law’s Journal of Environmental Law & Policy and Journal of International Law & Foreign Affairs, and a teaching assistant for courses on Power, Politics & Social Change, and Urban Poverty. He was awarded the Outstanding Academic Achievement Award from the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs.
Prior to law school he worked in the California Legislature as an Assembly Fellow in the office of State Senator Monique Limón and received a Certificate of Applied Policy and Government from CSU Sacramento.
Mr. Zur is a graduate of the UC Santa Cruz (B.A., magna cum laude), UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs (M.P.P., outstanding academic achievement), and the UCLA School of Law (J.D.). He was admitted to the California Bar in November 2022.