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Tiffany J. Hornback




Tiffany Hornback is an associate in the firm's West Palm Beach office. Her practice areas include Commercial Litigation, Condominium and Homeowners' Associate Law, Labor and Employment Law, and Business/Commercial Law.

Tiffany graduated from the University of Alabama where she earned her Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies, cum laude, with an additional major in Political Science and a minor in Philosophy. Tiffany then earned her Master's in Communication Studies, with a focus on political communication, from the University of Alabama. Then, Tiffany earned her J.D. from the University of Miami and graduated cum laude.

During her undergraduate career, Tiffany was inducted into the All American Team for American Forensics Association's Speech and Debate Team. While in law school, Tiffany competed on the University of Miami's Moot Court Team, was an editor for the International and Comparative Law Review, and competed for the Miami Law Trial Team. Tiffany also clerked for the United States Air Force JAG Corps while in law school and dedicated much of her time, while in law school, interning for the Miami Law Health Rights Clinic.

  • Tiffany Hornback, A Tale of Two Systems: a Comparative Analysis of Scotland’s Community-Based Juvenile Justice and America’s Prosecutorial Discretion Laws, 28 U. MIA Int’l & Comp. L. Rev. 437 (2021) Available at:


  • The University of Miami, J.D., (Cum Laude),
    The University of Alabama, M.A.
  • The University of Alabama, B.A., (Cum Laude)


  • Florida
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida
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