Raymond J. Dailey, Esq.
Raymond J. Dailey is an attorney serving in the Orlando, Florida area. Raymond was born and raised in Duval County, Florida. After graduating from Stanton College Preparatory High School, Raymond attended the University of North Florida. At the University of North Florida, Raymond served on the Equity and Civility committee, advocating for a safe and supportive environment for all students, faculty, and guest.
After graduating from the University of North Florida, he worked as a Short Sale Negotiator and Anti-Money Laundering Compliance for a National Bank for several years before deciding to go to law school. Raymond saw firsthand the effects of the housing crash. Raymond handled short sale loans from cradle to grave (from qualifying the homeowner for the program to lien release). Further, Raymond co-developed a process for processing Federal Housing Authority short sale loans in Bankruptcy. Also, Raymond was able to lead a presentation on the Short Sale process during an internal Bank audit. Further, Raymond was involved in an account cleanup for the Home Depot and Target breaches with an emphasis on Regulation Z and the chargeback process for Visa and Mastercard. Raymond has extensive experience assisting small businesses.
Raymond is a graduate of Florida A&M University College of Law. In law school, Raymond received the Henry Latimer scholarship. Further, during law school, Raymond developed a passion for food law and attended a Food Law Summit with the National Food Law Student Network. Also, Raymond is an Innovative Community Engagement Foundation Fellow. Upon graduating from law school, Raymond began his legal career as an Assistant State Attorney. As a prosecutor, Raymond was in charge of handling serious misdemeanor cases including Driving While Under the Influence, Domestic Violence Battery, and Fish and Wildlife violations involving endangered species.
After serving as an Assistant State Attorney, Raymond went into private practice by starting The Dailey Law firm.
Raymond is a member of the Florida Bar.
Raymond is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha, Fraternity, Inc.