Florida State University
College of Law
Advocacy Center, Room A010C
J.D., Florida State University, 2021
M.S., University of Memphis, College Student Personnel Services and Administration, 2016
B.B.A., University of Memphis, 2014
Daynica Harley joined FSU Law as a fellow and clinical professor with the Public Interest Law Center in 2021. Co-teaching alongside Professor Paolo Annino, Harley supervises student advocacy and manages cases through the Children’s Advocacy Clinic and Human Trafficking and Exploitation Law Project. While a student at the College of Law, Harley participated in several clinical opportunities, including the Gender and Family Justice Clinic, Children’s Advocacy Clinic, and Human Trafficking and Exploitation Law Project. In 2020, Harley was honored as a Clinical Legal Education Association Outstanding Clinical Student for excellence in clinical fieldwork. While a law student, Harley also completed an internship with the Legal Aid Society of New York in the Manhattan division of the Juvenile Rights Practice. Prior to attending law school, Harley graduated from the University of Central Arkansas with an M.S. in college student personnel services and administration and from the University of Memphis with a B.B.A. in economics.