Frazier Carraway, shareholder and co-founder of Saxon, Gilmore, Carraway & Gibbons, P.A. participated in the Great American Teach-In. He spoke to students at B.C. Graham Elementary School in Tampa.
The Great American Teach-In is a perfect opportunity for parents, business leaders and community members to share with students the importance of staying in school and the value of each individual student. Volunteers do not need teaching experience to participate in the Great American Teach-In, just enthusiasm and a desire to share with students something about their careers, experiences, or hobbies. Since 1994, thousands of Teach-In participants have discovered the experience is truly rewarding.
The annual event is held nationwide to celebrate American Education Week. It is an opportunity to educate students about the world of work and introduce them to career options, hobbies they may not have discovered, and activities never experienced. Students are exposed to topics and professions such as the legal industry, law enforcement, engineering, journalism, banking, child safety and more.
Frazier Carraway concentrates his practice on consumer and commercial litigation, construction litigation, and general civil litigation, including complex state and federal litigation involving construction, construction arbitration, commercial, civil rights, environmental and general litigation; and representation of sureties, general contractors, materialmen and owners in arbitration, mediation, and jury trials. Mr. Carraway has more than 20 years’ experience in arbitrating and litigating construction, civil rights and general civil and business matters in state and federal courts. He has achieved an AV rating by the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory and has been selected for inclusion in Florida Super Lawyers 2012 and 2013. Mr. Carraway can be reached at 813.314.4503 or via email at email@example.com.