Frank Moya, a partner in Shutts & Bowen LLP’s Jacksonville office, will participate as a featured panelist speaker during a session for Florida State University College of Law’s Summer for Undergraduates Program (SUG), on June 3, 2021.
The virtual session, titled “Where Are They Now?,” will introduce graduates of SUG to students currently enrolled in the 30th year of the prestigious program. Frank and his fellow panelists will discuss their experiences in SUG and law school, as well as their career paths and current positions.
Established in 1992, FSU’s Summer for Undergraduates Program brings students from across the country to the university for a four-week immersive program in legal study. The largest and oldest of its kind, the program provides students with an understanding of the study of law and assists them in acquiring skills that will benefit their undergraduate and future law school studies. The program has been twice honored by the American Bar Association’s Raymond Pace and Sadie Tanner Mossell Alexander Award for Excellence in Pipeline Diversity.
About Frank Moya
Frank T. Moya is a partner in the Jacksonville office of Shutts & Bowen LLP, where he is a member of the Construction Practice Group. Frank represents businesses and individuals, including general contractors, owners, volume homebuilders and design professionals in matters related to construction disputes and civil litigation. He has extensive experience in complex commercial litigation across several industries, including the construction, banking and finance, real estate and insurance sectors. In his construction practice, Frank also defends developers, engineers, architects, subcontractors and suppliers against multimillion-dollar claims. Frank is a member of the Northeast Florida Builders Association and previously served as Pro Bono Chair of the Hillsborough County Bar Association’s Construction Law Section, as well as CLE Committee Co-Chair of the Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section of The Florida Bar.