Raymond “Ray” Jack is an associate with Frost Law Firm, P.A. He represents clients in personal injury actions, family law matters, and commercial litigation. He is a dedicated professional, whose mentality when assisting clients is that every person who comes into the Firm should be treated with respect, dignity, and diligence. He is devoted to the practice of law, and is committed to practicing with the highest level of integrity and professionalism. There is no problem too big to solve, no path too narrow to walk, and no gap too wide to cross when it comes to giving the best representation possible. His motto is, “We set a course, and we get it done. Period.”
Ray is originally from Jacksonville, Florida. He attended public school in Duval County and graduated from Paxon School for Advanced Studies in 2009. While attending high school at Paxon, in 2008 Ray enlisted in the Army Reserves, and he went on to serve in the United States Military Intelligence Branch for nine years until October of 2017 when his service ended. In 2014, while serving in the Army Reserves, he obtained a Bachelor of Arts in English with a dual minor in Philosophy and Education from the University of North Florida located in Jacksonville, Florida. From there, he went on to Florida State University College of Law, where he obtained his Juris Doctor with honors in 2018. While attending the Florida State University College of Law, Ray participated in the FSU Trial Team competing in seven competitions in multiple states across the country.
Upon completing his legal studies, Ray was admitted to The Florida Bar in September of 2018. He is active in the local legal community as a member of the Florida Bar, Young Lawyers Division. He is also a member of The American Association for Justice, which is a national organization that focuses on developing trial advocacy skills in attorneys and law students across the country. Within the community, Ray is a member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., a fraternal organization committed to public service, education, and social action.
Ray’s hobbies include weightlifting and mixed martial arts. He is also an avid reader of various genres of fiction.