Partner Martin Zoltick ("Marty") is included among his undergraduate college's "40 for 40" honorees - as Northeastern University's Khoury College of Computer Sciences celebrates its 40th anniversary, it is honoring 40 members from the Khoury community who have played a significant role in the school's history and/or made significant impact in the field of computer science.
In the early 1980s, Northeastern University created one of the nation’s first colleges dedicated to the field of computer science (CS). Today, Khoury College of Computer Sciences remains a national leader in CS education and research. Marty was a member of the first graduating class of Khoury College in 1983 with a B.S. in Computer Science, and his career as a technology and intellectual property lawyer is founded in his undergraduate education.
"I credit a lot of my success to my experiences at Northeastern," Marty said during his 40 for 40 interview. He also discusses his experience at the College, how much has changed, and what he sees for its future, as well as his career path from a software engineer and AI startup to a lawyer, the work he does, and particularly meaningful clients.
To read Marty's 40 for 40 profile, please visit his profile on the Northeastern University Khoury College of Computer Sciences website.