Miami firm Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen & Levine has named the first recipient of a new scholarship aimed at supporting law students of color in South Florida — a move its founding partner said he hopes others will emulate.

The firm selected Florida International University second-year law student Briana Harris, who was a summer law clerk for the Florida Health Justice Project and is a teaching assistant for FIU’s legal skills and values course this semester. Harris has already won multiple awards for her law school work, according to the firm.