John F. Hernández

John F. Hernández

Assistant Dean for Student Affairs &
Visiting Associate Professor of Law

Email: jhernandez@stu.edu

Phone: 305.623.2358

Mail:

St. Thomas University College of Law
Center for Student Affairs – Room 101
16401 NW 37th Ave
Miami Gardens, FL 33054


Education:

B.S., University of Florida, with high honors
J.D., Georgetown University School of Law, cum laude
LL.M., University of Florida


Expertise:

Bar Preparation
Torts

John F. Hernández

John F. Hernández has been a Senior Attorney in the Chief Counsel’s Office in the Miami District Counsel’s Office, a Special Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Southern District of Florida, an Attorney in the Public Defender’s Office in the Sixteenth Judicial District, and an attorney in private practice in South Florida. He was previously a Visiting Professor of Law at the Emory University School of Law and an Adjunct Professor at the Florida International University; he also has lectured at the Washburn University School of Law and presented at an American Association of Law Schools Annual Meeting. His publications include articles in the Arkansas, John Marshall, Memphis State, St. Thomas, and University of Florida law reviews. At St. Thomas University College of Law, Assistant Dean Hernández has served for many years in a number of different capacities, both as an educator and administrator; currently, he teaches Torts and bar preparation courses and serves as Assistant Dean for Student Affairs.

Scholarship & Research

Scholarship

Articles:

John F. Hernandez, Essay: A Search for Reason in Fairy Tales, 18 St. Thomas L. Rev. 259 (2005). HeinOnline

John F. Hernandez, Michael Closen, Mary Anne Bobinski, Donald H.J. Hermann, Gene P. Shultz and J. Kelly Strader, Criminalization of an epidemic: HIV-AIDS and criminal exposure laws, 46 Ark. L. Rev. 921 (1993). HeinOnline

John F. Hernandez, Outing in the Time of AIDS: Legal And Ethical Considerations, 5 St. Thomas L. Rev. 493 (1993). HeinOnline

John F. Hernandez, Prenatal Transmission of HIV: Causes for the Resurrection of Wrongful Life, 27 J. Marshall L. Rev. 393 (1990). HeinOnline

John F. Hernandez, Using Shareholder Notes to Eliminate Section 357(c) Gain: Lessinger v. Commissioner, 872 F.2d 519 (2d Cir. 1989), Correct Result, Wrong Reason, 20 Mem. St. U. L.Rev 355 (1990).

John F. Hernandez, The Federal Tax Lien: Beyond United States vs. Rodgers, 36 Fla. L. Rev. 1081 (1984). HeinOnline

Courses
Bar Prep Skills
Torts