Raymond and Miriam Ehrlich ESC in Political Science in Memory of Ben and Esther Ehrlich
Justice Raymond “Ray” Ehrlich and his wife, Miriam “Mickey”, established this fund in loving memory of Ray’s parents, Ben and Esther Ehrlich. Ray Ehrlich earned his bachelor’s degree in 1939 and juris doctor in 1942 from the University of Florida. He practiced law for 35 years before serving on the Florida Supreme Court for a decade, including as chief justice. He was appointed special counsel to Bob Graham in 1991 and received the Florida Bar Foundation’s Medal of Honor of Award in 1993 for his contributions to the administration of justice. Ray served as a trustee on the University of Florida Law Center Association for many years and was inducted into the Heritage of Leadership Recognition Society at UF in 2005.
Other College of Liberal Arts & Sciences Giving Opportunities
Marshall A. Raff Scholarship Endowment
Professor William M. Jones Award for Creativity
Michael and Annie Halpin Fund