Law & Liberty Faculty
Dr. Hammons is an award-winning professor and sought after speaker. He teaches classes on the American founding, constitutionalism, and political history. He has published scholarly articles in various law reviews and academic journals including the prestigious American Political Science Review. He has also contributed articles to the Houston Chronicle and Houston Business Journal.
After a long and successful career as a Houston police officer and later as legal counsel to the Houston Police Department, Professor Ferrell joins us as the head of HCU’s Criminal Justice program. His experience and expertise have made him a sought-after speaker and teacher in Houston and throughout the U.S. and Canada on criminal justice issues. He has lectured for the U.S. Department of State’s International Law Enforcement Academy, addressed numerous State Bar and Law Enforcement seminars, and was a guest commentator on the O’Reilly Factor.
Dr. Tyler teaches classes on Constitutional Law, federal and state courts, legal history, and jurisprudence. He has published award-winning leading articles in the Houston Law Review and Baylor Law Review. He is the recipient of Texas A&M University’s highest teaching award. He holds both a JD and a PhD, and he is board-certified in Civil Trial Law and Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
Dr. Davis has won awards for his teaching and scholarship on medieval and early modern European history. His essays have appeared in the The Wall Street Journal, The New Criterion, and The American Conservative. His interests focus on the intersection of politics, culture, and religion including British constitutionalism and the development of modern political theories.