Keira Hornyak Associate




Keira Hornyak practices in the area of insurance and extra-contractual coverage litigation, assisting on a broad range of matters including coverage determinations, claims handling, settlement negotiations and bad faith avoidance. 

Keira serves her clients with a fresh approach to insurance matters obtained through her internships with the 68th Civil District Court in Dallas, Texas, and the McLennan County Criminal District Attorney's Office, where she gained invaluable experience in the areas of civil and criminal procedure and case management while aiding in successful resolution of claims. In addition, Keira completed a family law clerkship where she assisted on matters at all phases of litigation. Keira is dedicated to the field of complex litigation and served as a research assistant to distinguished Baylor Law School Professor James Underwood, writing extensively on tort reform issues. Further, in 2019, she served alongside local attorneys to reform the Zambian justice system by advocating for defendants in criminal prosecutions. Keira has a proven resolve to serve her clients professionally and zealously. 

While in law school, Keira was repeatedly honored for her advocacy skills as an awarded member of the Baylor Interscholastic Moot Court Team. In addition, she garnered a series of awards and recognitions and participated in various competitions, including the National Moot Court Competition on Child Welfare and Adoption Law, the Dawson & Sodd Moot Court Competition, and the National Criminal Procedure Moot Court Competition.