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College of Law

Florida State University


Student Ambassadors

Molly Gray

Molly Gray

3rd Year
Undergrad: University of Mobile
Hometown: Pensacola, FL

What do you feel is unique about being a student at the College of Law?
Most everyone here treats the program like it's mutually beneficial for others to succeed. At the end of the day, the more people do well, the higher quality of the overall program. The school also seems to have put a high priority on making sure that students actually enjoy their time here.

Why do you want to be an attorney?
I enjoy advocacy and really just the art of advocacy, and I like speaking on behalf of others and helping others. Working as an attorney, you are required to constantly become more informed on issues and the law is constantly changing so it's a profession that poses a challenge.

Which College of Law student organization stands out to you and why?
I'm really impressed with our Black Law Students Association (BLSA) because of how active they are with their members in providing them opportunities to socialize with each other, network and be involved with community action activities. BLSA promotes diversity and inclusion with the recruitment of all races and ethnicities to its membership.

Which student services office has been particularly helpful to you during your time at the College of Law?
The Research Center staff is extraordinarily helpful in legal writing advice, general studying methods and with the topics they cover in their weekly research workshops.

What do you recommend to guests visiting Tallahassee?
Bella Bella or Masa is my favorite restaurant in town and Lucky Goat is a good place to study. Walter Greene is a good boutique for game day clothes!!

Fun fact about Molly.
I want to go sky diving.