Kavon P. Smith was born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts before relocating to Pinellas County, Florida, as a teenager with his family. He pursued his undergraduate degree from the University of South Florida (USF), where he earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Economics, with a Minor in International Affairs. While an undergraduate at USF, Kavon was an active member of Omicron Delta Epsilon, an International Economics Honorary Society.
Meet Kavon P. Smith
Kavon worked as a Project Manager in the commercial construction industry for several years before attending law school. Kavon’s construction experience was specialized in the remodeling of large box stores and supermarkets throughout the Southeastern U.S. Kavon is experienced in preconstruction planning and logistics, price quotes and estimates; as well as, the overseeing and managing of construction remodeling crews.
Kavon attended the University of Florida College of Law, where he graduated with his Juris Doctorate in 2017. Kavon focused his legal studies on Property Law and Civil Litigation. While at the University of Florida College of Law, Kavon studied U.S. Constitutional Property Law under a guest professor, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. Kavon was one of 40 students selected to take the class, which included attending and observing Supreme Court proceedings in Washington, D.C., as a guest of Justice Thomas. While a student at University of Florida College of Law, Kavon also served as a teaching assistant to respected Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Amy R. Mashburn in her Trial Practice course.
While undergoing his legal studies, Kavon clerked at Florin|Roebig during all three years. He currently represents clients in construction negligence, personal injury, and property loss/damage claims.