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Attorney Wakisha Hazzard

Founding Attorney & Owner

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Wakisha E. Hazzard was born and raised in Savannah, Georgia. She graduated from Georgia Southern University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science and a double minor in English and Fashion Merchandising. Soon after graduating, Wakisha decided to pursue her legal career. She graduated from Miles Law School in 2009, magna cum laude, and then became certified as an attorney in 2011. Soon after certification, she went on to lay the foundation for her own law firm, The Hazzard Law Firm, LLC, specializing in matters related to personal injury cases, family law and divorce matters, and criminal litigation. Crediting her accomplishments to God and her strong family structure, Wakisha has not only established a legal legacy, but through her leadership, her humanitarianism and her philanthropy is navigating a vessel designed to assist and serve others. She is extremely active in the community and is passionate about giving back to that community through acts of service. Wakisha is a dedicated, faithful, and active member at New Hope Baptist Church, where the Pastor Gregory L. Clarke is officiating.


Bar Admissions
Alabama State Bar, 2011
U.S. District Court Northern District of Alabama, 2012


Certified as an Attorney – 2011
Miles Law School, Birmingham, Alabama
J.D. (Magna Cum Laude) – 2009
Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, B.S. – 2004
Major: Political Science
Double Minor: English/Fashion Merchandising

Professional Associations and Memberships
Birmingham Bar Association, Young Lawyers Section
Birmingham Bar Association, Solo Small Firm Section
Magic City Bar Association
Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity


English and Spanish


In the Community
New Hope Baptist Church, Economic Development Ministry 2013-Present
VSA Junior Patron 2011-Present
YWEC Board of Directors 2009-Present
YP Birmingham Events Chair 2012-2013
Habitat for Humanity, Volunteer Worker 2010-2011
The American Red Cross, Volunteer Worker 2010-2011

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