> Mr. Earnest DeLoach, Jr. is the son of the late Earnest DeLoach, Sr., and the late Eunice DeLoach. A native of Daytona Beach, Florida, after graduating high school as a National Merit semifinalist and National Achievement Scholar, Mr. DeLoach attended the University of Miami. While at UM, he was a dual major in International Studies and Political Science, a member of the varsity track team, founded an organization designed to inspire and encourage African American males, and worked part time as an Assistant District Representative for US Senator Bob Graham. After graduating from UM with honors, he matriculated to Florida State University College of Law where he served as the first African-American Student Bar Association President, was Chairman of the Law School Appropriations Committee, and delegate to the Congress of Graduate Students. Lastly, while in law school he was twice named “Best Advocate” at the Florida Bar sponsored Chester Bedell Mock Trial Competition, and was named Second Best Oralist at the Tulane University National Sports Law Moot Court Competition.
For the past twelve years he has worked as a business and commercial attorney, and in 2006, established DeLoach Law LLC. In 2010 he merged his firm with that of his college best friend, Attorney Andre’ T Young, forming Young DeLoach PLLC. He continues to represent and counsel business and governmental clients regarding their litigation, transactional, business development, and corporate formation needs, and because of his new association, now offers personal injury, estate planning and bankruptcy protection services.In addition to his extensive law practice, he has served as an adjunct professor, lecturer and mock trial coach at Valencia State College, Florida A&M University College of Law, and Barry University School of Law, respectively. A sought after speaker, Earnest has addressed various civic and student groups, was a featured speaker at Steve Harvey’s ‘Dreamers and Doers” Academy, and delivered the “Call to Action” at the nationally televised Trayvon Martin Community Forum in March 2012.
Earnest DeLoach, Jr., Esq.