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About Hayden Glass Sizemore

Meet Hayden Glass Sizemore

Hayden is a native of rural Conecuh County in southeast Alabama. Prior to becoming an attorney, Hayden spent ten years working in public safety, including law enforcement and corrections. She has been employed in solo practice and by Beasley Allen in Montgomery, Alabama. Presently, she is an Associate Attorney with Barfoot & Schoettker, serving a a public defender in the City of Montgomery, and is continuing to serve central Alabamians in matters of family law, civil litigation, criminal defense, and appellate work. 


Juris Doctor, magna cum laude

Thomas Goode Jones School of Law (2020)

Master of Science 

Justice & Public Safety

Auburn University at Montgomery (2013)

Bachelor of Science 

Interdisciplinary Studies

Psychology, Health Sciences, & Criminal Justice

Troy University (2022)

Bachelor of Science 

Criminal Justice

Faulkner University (2011)

While in law school, Hayden served as a Junior and Senior Editor of the Faulkner Law Review. She was Junior Advocate on the Faulkner Law Board of Advocates where she was a member of the moot court team that won regional moot court competition, and competed in the national moot court competition in New York City, NY. She was President of The Federalist Society and represented Faulkner Law at the national convention in Washington, D.C. She earned several best paper awards, the Justice Lewis Powell, Jr. award for excellence in advocacy, and the best appellate brief award. She was honored to be a member of the Faulkner Law Public Interest Society where she was recognized for completing many hours of pro bono legal work in the river region. Hayden has spoken before Governor Ivey's policy council for criminal justice reform, and has been involved with several area nonprofit organizations. She was an associate member of the Hugh Maddox Chapter of the American Inns of Court.

Hayden Glass Sizemore

"The most important lesson I have learned in life is that everyone is deserving of respect. Regardless of that person's position, power, or influence. Regardless of which side of the bars one finds him or herself on, or what unfortunate circumstances arise in their lives. Everyone deserves to be treated like they are someone."

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