Darrey A. Davis Memorial Scholarship Fund
Support scholarship for law student of high academic achievement with commitment to public service and high ethical standards; chosen from top 25% of class.
This scholarship honors the life of Darrey A. Davis, a consummate trial lawyer, community leader and pioneer in the development of The Florida Bar. Davis was a 1934 graduate of the UF College of Law and a partner with Steel, Hector and Davis until his death in 1986. He was the first Dade County attorney to work under the Metro form of government from 1957-64. He was also the first president of the Florida Bar in 1954-55 after the Florida Supreme Court’s disciplinary board merged with the Florida Bar Association. After leaving Dade County politics, Davis and Louis J. Hector formed a firm dedicated to both corporate and litigation law. This partnership developed into Steel, Hector and Davis. During his tenure, the firm grew from 15 to 110 lawyer
Other Fredric G. Levin College of Law Giving Opportunities
Gillman Family Scholarship Fund
Campbell Thornal Moot Court
Professorship Law Center Association