Airth, Clayton, Warren, and Sisler Scholarship
This scholarship was created through the combined gifts of several benefactors of UF: Alfred Airth, Erwin Clayton, Sally Warren and Mary Sisler.
Alfred T. Airth served Suwannee County as county attorney for 20 years and then served the city of Live Oak as city attorney for 26 years. He retired in 1975. Voted Suwannee County Man of the Year in 1956, Airth developed an admirable record of community, civic and religious service to Live Oak and Suwannee County. A 1930 alumnus of UF’s law school, he passed away in 1992.
Sally Warren, who graduated from the UF College of Law in 1962, had a long and diverse career in many fields. Her entrepreneurial pursuits included a textile business as well as her own clothing design and retailing business. She held a position with the U.S. Army during World War II and traveled throughout Europe for a number of years before entering UF. After earning her law degree, Warren settled in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., where she developed a real estate law practice. In retirement, Warren spent much of her time cultivating her artistic skill
Other Fredric G. Levin College of Law Giving Opportunities
McLin Burnsed Scholarship Fund in Honor of Walter S. McLin III and R. Dewey Burnsed
Cypen & Cypen Scholarship
Dunwody Visiting Professorship and Lecture in Law Fund