Caleb A. Sweazey
Director of Academic Support

J.D., Liberty University School of Law, magna cum laude
B.A., University of Minnesota




Caleb Sweazey is the School of Law Director of Academic Support. Previously he worked as an Associate at Anderson & Burgett, PLLC in Willmar, Minnesota, where he drafted real estate documents, contracts, legal memoranda, and other documents; argued hearings; and conducted depositions. Sweazey’s experience in the legal arena began when he seized opportunities to intern for Liberty Counsel in the summer of 2009 and spring of 2010, and later to clerk for Judge William D. Palmer of the Fifth District Court of Appeals in Daytona Beach, Florida, in the summer of 2010.

Sweazey is a 2011 magna cum laude graduate of Liberty Law. As a student, he competed well in internal tournaments, placing as a finalist in an alternative dispute resolution tournament and a semi-finalist in a moot court tournament. He was committed to the Liberty University Law Review as Articles and Book Reviews Editor. Sweazey’s note, IIRIRA, Section 601(a): An Ambiguous, Problematic, Yet Foundational Provision for Immigration Law- Can It Be Fixed?, was published in Volume 5 of the Fall 2010 issue of the Liberty University Law Review.

He earned a B.A. in History from the University of Minnesota and was licensed in 2011 to practice law in Minnesota.

As Director of Academic Support, Sweazey is actively involved in bar preparation courses and seminars, as well as workshops on case-briefing, note-taking, time and stress management, outlining, and examination-taking.