Ronald A. Zamansky
Zamansky Professional Association
Address: 80 South 8th Street
Minneapolis, MN 55402

Membership: Hennepin County, Minnesota State (Member, Sections on: Corporate; Real Estate), Colorado State and American (Member, Corporate and Real Estate Sections) Bar Associations; State Bar of Wisconsin.
University: University of Minnesota, B.A., cum laude, 1968, University of Minnesota, J.D., 1972
Admitted: 1972, Minnesota; 1988, Wisconsin; 1989, Colorado
Biography: Ronald A. Zamansky and Zamansky Professional Association have a broad-based business practice representing a range of clients in many areas of the law. Zamansky Professional Association is celebrating its 24th year. The practice is carried out with dedication to the law, superior service, good judgment and the community. Ronald Zamansky is celebrating his 40th year in the practice of law after graduating in 1972 from the University of Minnesota Law School. He continued as a partner at Doherty, Rumble & Butler until he formed Zamansky Professional Association in 1988. He is a University of Minnesota College of Liberal Arts recipient of the Alumni of Notable Achievement Award. Ronald graduated in 1968 from the University of Minnesota College of Liberal Arts. Ronald is the founder of Create A Memory Foundation, a past chair of the Minneapolis Jewish Community Foundation, a past member of the Board of Directors of the Minnesota-Dakota Alzheimer's Association, is a Director and past President of Oak Ridge Country Club, and a continuing legal education speaker on negotiations. Ron Zamansky was the 2010 recipient of the Sidney Barrows Lifetime Commitment Award from the Cardozo Society of the Twin Cities. In addition, he was the Co-Chair for Baseball and the Law seminar for the Eighth Circuit Judicial Conference 2010. Ronald and his wife Lynn have two sons, Rory and Drew, who are attorneys practicing law in Minneapolis. Drew is beginning his sixth year of practice and is practicing law with Zamansky Professional Association. Drew has a broad based business practice that continues to grow.