Greg Black is an attorney who works in the legislative affairs, administrative rulemaking, and state procurement areas of the firm. Greg previously represented the Florida Bankers Association and advocated on behalf of financial institutions of all sizes. In his role with FBA, Greg primarily focused on issues concerning financial services, insurance, and business entities.
Greg serves as a Director for the Florida State University College of Law Alumni Board, and was recently appointed as Chair of the Development Committee, in addition to his participation in numerous civic and community activities. Greg is a member of the Seminole Torchbearer’s and an avid Seminole fan.
Greg graduated from the Florida State University College of Law. While in law school, Greg co-founded the Volunteer Student Law Project. The Volunteer Student Law Project provides pro bono legal services through a partnership with the Legal Aid Foundation of the Tallahassee Bar Association. He earned his B.S. in Criminology, with a minor in Business, from the Florida State University.
Greg was admitted as a member of the Florida Bar in 2010.