Lawrence A. Kellogg (J. Albert Diaz)
Miami attorney Lawrence Kellogg, a 1981 graduate of Florida State University College of Law, has pledged $200,000 to create an endowment to recruit or retain a legal scholar.
Kellogg’s gift to create the Kellogg Family Professorship Endowment is his second to his alma mater. He previously gave the law school $133,000 to endow the Kellogg Family Scholarship, which is awarded to students who work their way through college or are supporting children while attending law school.
Kellogg’s son, Jason, is a 2002 graduate of the school, and his daughter-in-law, Cassandra, is a 2004 graduate. Jason is also a partner at Levine Kellogg Lehman Schneider Grossman.
“I have chosen to support the faculty with my latest gift because it is critical that we continue to provide Florida State law students with a world-class education,” said Kellogg, a founding partner of Levine Kellogg Lehman Schneider Grossman. “I’ve seen first-hand—through the Florida State grads that I hire—what a wonderful job our professors are doing in preparing students for practice.”