Michael C. Rayboun
Email:  Mike@FlaLawfirm.com

Michael was raised in Tallahassee, graduated from Leon High in 1991, and went on to Florida State, where he earned his B.A. in 1995.  For law school, Michael chose Wake Forest University, located in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.  At Wake, Michael earned top honors in his trial advocacy training, being recognized as the Most Outstanding Trial Advocate in his final year there.

After graduating from law school, Michael gained invaluable trial experience as an Assistant State Attorney in Florida’s First Judicial Circuit, where he acted as lead trial counsel for dozens of felony and misdemeanor jury trials.  In addition to finding success in the courtroom, Michael accepted an invitation to teach legal courses at the University of West Florida, where he was an assistant professor in UWF’s Criminal Justice and Legal Studies Department.

Since 2007, Michael has concentrated on litigation and transaction needs in the business and real estate industries, and this includes all manner of title claims for national title companies, lenders' various legal needs, and legal work for the many business and individual clients of the firm.


  • Wake Forest University School of Law, J.D., 1998

  • Florida State University, B.A., 1995

Bar Memberships & Court Admissions

  • The Florida Bar

  • Northern District of Florida

  • Certified Circuit Civil Mediator, Florida Supreme Court

Professional Associations & Achievements

  • Past Member, American Inns of Court

  • Trustee, Holy Comforter Episcopal Day School

  • Board Member, Goodwood Museum and Gardens

  • Past Board Member and Volunteer, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwest Florida

  • Member, Exchange Club of Tallahassee

  • Coauthor of article in the Criminal Justice Policy Review: Julie C. Kunselman, Kathrine A. Johnson & Michael C. Rayboun, Profiling Sentence Enhancement Offenders: A Case Study of Florida’s 10-20-Lifers, Criminal Justice Policy Review, June 2003 vol. 14 no. 2, 229-248.