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Troy Longman II

Troy Longman II



  • B.S. / Ferris State University 2014, Magna cum laude
  • J.D. / Florida State University 2021

Memberships & Admissions

  • Florida
  • United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida

Professional Associations

  • Florida Bar Association
  • American Bar Association (Labor and Employment Law Section, Litigation Section)
  • Member, Board of Directors (National Bleeding Disorder Foundation) 2019-2021

Troy is an attorney specializing in employment law, workplace injury and personal Injury. Troy earned his Juris Doctor from Florida State University College of Law in 2021 where he graduated with honors ranking in the top 1/3 of his class. Before attending law school Troy attended Ferris State University (Big Rapids, MI) where he graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree.

Before joining Florin Gray, Troy practiced employment law defense for a national law firm representing a variety of local, regional, and national businesses in civil litigation.

Now Troy brings that knowledge and expertise to obtain successful outcomes for Plaintiff’s and finds fulfillment in helping real people solve their legal challenges when they are in need.

Troy is known for his strategic approach to legal challenges, meticulous attention to detail, and unwavering commitment to client advocacy. Troy is dedicated to providing personalized, client-focused representation and is passionate about helping clients navigate complex legal issues with confidence and peace of mind.

Troy is also dedicated to making a positive impact in his community. Throughout his undergraduate studies, he received acclaim for his extensive involvement in community service initiatives. In law school, Troy continued his commitment to serving others, earning recognition for his substantial pro bono work. His passion for giving back underscores his belief in the importance of using his skills and knowledge to benefit those in need.

Troy’s dedication to advocacy extends beyond his legal endeavors. Troy has served on the Board of Directors for the National Bleeding Disorder Foundation, passionately advocating for patients diagnosed with rare bleeding disorders. Troy’s commitment goes beyond boardroom discussions; annually, he speaks at national conferences, lending his voice to raise awareness and patient advocacy. Additionally, annually Troy advocates at both the state and federal levels of government regarding patients’ rights concerning rare and inherited bleeding disorders.

In Troy’s personal life he enjoys spending time outdoors playing recreational sports and exploring nature’s wonders whether it be hiking, biking, or paddleboarding.