Zoë Atchinson is an associate in the Health Care Group. She concentrates her practice on health care policy, regulatory, and legislative matters.
Before law school, Zoë was the manager of marketing and business development at a financial technology company and worked on several political campaigns. She also served as an intern at the U.S. Senate including with the Senate Special Committee on Aging, and as a legal intern for a large biopharmaceutical company where she worked on regulatory and compliance issues.
Zoë received her J.D. from Boston College Law School, where she was the vice president of the American Constitution Society, a frequent writer for the BC Law Magazine, and an active member of the Women’s Law Center. During law school, she participated in an L.L.M. program at Sorbonne University in Paris. Zoë earned her B.A. in global studies from Colby College, concentrating in international economic policy and development.