Hayden Sizemore is a member of the firm’s Mass Torts Section. She is investigating claims by Zantac users who developed certain types of cancers after taking the drug including liver, bladder, stomach, colon, kidney and pancreatic cancer.
Hayden earned a B.S. degree in criminal justice from Faulkner University before completing her Master’s level work and earning an M.S. in justice & public safety from Auburn University Montgomery. She earned her law degree, magna cum laude, from Faulkner University Thomas Goode Jones School of Law in 2020. During law school, Hayden served as a law clerk at another plaintiff’s firm, as well as for the Alabama Office of Attorney General, Criminal Appeals Division and for Judge Patrick D. Pinkston, 19th Judicial Circuit, Elmore County District Court. She also was a student intern in the law school’s Elder Law Clinic. Additionally, Hayden served as editor of the Faulkner Law Review and served as Junior Advocate for the Faulkner Law Board of Advocates. She received Best Appellate Brief Award in the 1L Moot Court Competition and the Justice Lewis F. Powell, Jr. Award for Excellence in Advocacy. Hayden was recognized for Best Paper in several law school courses and was recognized as a Dean Fellow. She was also regional winner of the New York City Bar Association National Moot Court Competition.
Hayden is a member of the Alabama State Bar and the Montgomery County Bar Association. She is also a member of the American Inns of Court Hugh Maddox Chapter, the Alabama Criminal Defense Lawyers Association (ACDLA) and the Alabama Peace Officers Association.
Hayden is active in the Montgomery Volunteer Lawyers Program where she has participated in “Lawyer for a Day” events.
Hayden is married to Bryan Sizemore and the couple has three children. They make their home in Prattville, Alabama. Outside of work, Hayden is an avid Auburn fan and enjoys spending time with her family, gardening, and crafting.