Director of the Center for Legal Writing, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law

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· J.D., Liberty University School of Law, magna cum laude

· B.A., Communications, Thomas Edison State College

Areas of Interest/Teaching

Legal analysis and writing


· A Catch-22 of Cert Review: How Florida’s “Clearly Established Law” Requirement Stifles Caselaw Development, and How Sunbursting Can Help the Sunshine State, 42 Stetson L. Rev. 545 (2013) (with Steven M. Blickensderfer and Trevor C. Jones)

· Foreword, 3 Liberty U. L. Rev. 203 (2009)


As Director of the Center for Legal Writing, Hosea M. Horneman provides academic support to students by hosting workshops and mentoring individual students in legal analysis and writing. He also assists with teaching lawyering-skills courses.

Mr. Horneman graduated second in his class, magna cum laude, from Liberty University School of Law. In law school, he served as articles editor of the law review and chapter president of the Federalist Society. He went on to serve as a staff attorney to the judges of Florida’s Twelfth Judicial Circuit, Judge William D. Palmer of Florida’s Fifth District Court of Appeal, and Chief Justice Tom Parker of the Alabama Supreme Court. He also spent several years in private practice, focusing on litigation of construction and real-estate matters.