Marketing & Communications Consultant
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Tania Zamorsky is responsible for the conception, oversight and execution of CPR's marketing and communications activity including PR, web-based and social media initiatives; event support; and identification and development of new marketing programs to promote CPR’s key initiatives. She also develops and helps manage content for CPR publications. Zamorsky arrives from Kaye Scholer LLP, where as Manager of PR & Communications she developed and implemented strategies, and created content, promoting the firm's capabilities and thought leadership offerings. The Legal Marketing Association recognized her efforts with first place "Your Honor" awards for "Public Relations Program of the Year" (2013) and Best PR Campaign of the Year" (2014). Prior to Kaye Scholer, Zamorsky was a Vice President at GS Schwartz & Co. (GSS), where she provided strategic PR and marketing services; issues and reputation management, and crisis response; and top tier publicity for a wide range of legal, finance and non-profit clients. Before GSS, she was an Account Director at Ripp Media, working on PR and communications matters for some of the country's top law firms.
As Staff Counsel for Time Warner and Bertelsmann partnership, Bookspan (along with subsidiaries Doubleday Entertainment and YES Solutions LLC), Zamorsky was the lead attorney responsible for drafting and negotiation of agreements for AVM products, consultants and third party services. She also served as Staff Attorney and Director of Legislative Policy for The Authors Guild, with a primary emphasis on IP issues, contract review and negotiation, and dispute resolution. Zamorsky received her JD from Hofstra University (where she was Associate Editor of the Hofstra Labor Law Journal) and her BA from Columbia University.
A writer/editor for American Lawyer Media from 2000-2005, other professional and personal publication credits include Women On Business, National Law Journal, Law.com, Prima Materia and Woodstock Times, as well as six children’s book adaptations for Sterling Publishing.