Dean's Awards for Faculty Excellence
A.B. 1991, University of Chicago
J.D. 1994, Harvard Law School
Member of the New Mexico Bar
Steven Homer teaches in the first-year Legal Reasoning, Research and Writing and Advocacy program. He came to the UNM law faculty in 2004 from the New Mexico Human Services Department, where he was a special assistant attorney general for the Child Support Enforcement Division. Prior to that, he was in private practice, focusing on family law and general civil litigation. Homer is a former board member of the New Mexico Lesbian and Gay Bar Association.
At Harvard Law School, he served as the lead executive editor of the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review.
Homer was awarded the UNM School of Law’s Dean's Award for Distinguished Law School Service in 2011, the Friedman Faculty Award for 2008-09 for excellence in teaching and the university's 2005-2006 Outstanding Adjunct Teacher/Lecturer of the Year Award.