Nyssa Zaman is an associate with KPPB LAW’s commercial real estate practice. She supports all client commercial real estate transactions, including contracts, restructuring, and financing, as a member of the firm’s commercial real estate finance practice team.
Previously, Nyssa served as a law clerk with KPPB LAW’s litigation and dispute resolution practices. Before joining KPPB LAW, Nyssa served as a student attorney with Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic where she helped people resolve taxpayer disputes with the IRS. She interned with HomeBridge Financial Services and received corporate business experience in customer service with Everel America.
Nyssa earned her law degree from Georgia State University College of Law where she also earned certification in legal analytics and studied emerging technologies, like block chain and smart contracts, and was an active member of the Asian American Law Students Association. Nyssa received her bachelor’s degree in political science from Emory University, where she served as treasurer for the Bengali Association for Students of Emory.
Born in Lubbock, Texas, Nyssa grew up in Georgia. Nyssa is based in KPPB LAW’s Atlanta office.