James Peter Love, III
Mr. Love is a Florida native born in West Palm Beach, raised in Tallahassee, and currently residing in Daytona Beach.
In 2017, he received his Bachelor of Science, Biochemistry, magna cum laude from the University of West Florida, graduating as an Honors Scholar from the Kugelman Honors Program. Mr. Love was awarded the John C. Pace Scholarship, the University’s most prestigious academic scholarship, and was selected for a NASA Fellowship. As a NASA Fellow, he conducted inorganic chemistry research on magnetic refrigeration technology. He also participated as a student-athlete on the men’s soccer team.
Mr. Love then pursued his Juris Doctor at Florida State University College of Law and was recognized on the Dean’s List in the Fall of 2019. Subsequently, he transferred to the University of Florida Levin College of Law to complete his Juris Doctor with Honors and a Certificate in Intellectual Property Law.
While completing his education at the University of Florida, Mr. Love was acknowledged on the Dean’s list in the Spring and Fall of 2021, received the Pro Bono Excellence Award and the Book Award in Mental Health Law. He also served as the Research Editor of the Journal of Technology Law & Policy and conducted research on trade secret law as a Research Assistant to Professor Elizabeth Rowe.
Mr. Love has also obtained a diverse range of legal experience as a Judicial Intern for the Honorable Stephanie W. Ray, a Legal Intern for Infotech, Inc. and Orlando City Soccer Club, and as a Legal Extern for the UF Office of Vice President/General Counsel.Mr. Love is an associate practicing in transaction law and intellectual property law. He is a member of the Volusia County Bar Association and the Florida Bar Association.