Attorney Stowes is an Associate with the Miami, Florida office of Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney, PC. His law practice focuses on litigation matters, including commercial, real estate and securities, in trial and appellate courts.
Prior to joining Buchanan, Ta’Ronce clerked for the Honorable James E.C. Perry of the Florida Supreme Court, where he researched and analyzed civil and criminal issues and drafted substantive orders and opinions.
Ta’Ronce obtained his law degree from Florida A&M University (“FAMU”) College of Law in Orlando, Florida. As a law student, he served on the editorial boards of the FAMU Law Review and the Southern Journal of Policy & Justice, competed in several national moot court competitions, and published law review articles on matters relating to national security and the crossroads between affirmative action in law school admissions and law graduate recruitment policies and programs.
Before attending FAMU College of Law, Ta’Ronce obtained his undergraduate degree in business management from Hampton University in Hampton, Virginia.
When asked in an interview why he chose to attend two HBCUs (Hampton and then FAMU), Ta’Ronce proudly responded in part, “I loved the HBCU experience so nice, I thought I’d do it twice.”