William Zaki Robbins is a finance and real estate lawyer, with a particular focus on representing participants in the mortgage markets. In this capacity, he has represented issuers, mortgage loan sellers, and investors in connection with public and private commercial mortgaged-backed securitizations.
Zaki frequently represents buyers and sellers of commercial and multifamily mortgage loans, loan participations, and other mortgage debt. He has also represented corporations in initial public offerings and other public and private securities offerings in the international and US markets, as well as purchasers and sellers in mergers & acquisitions and private equity transactions.
He received his law degree from the University of Michigan Law School, where he was an article editor for the Michigan Journal of Gender & Law. Zaki earned his Bachelor of Arts degree, in foreign affairs, from the University of Virginia.