Amy N. Hayes


Douglasville, Georgia






Areas of Practice

  • Criminal Defense
    • DUI defense
    • Sexual Crimes
    • violent Crimes
    • Assaults
    • Traffic Violations
    • Theft Violations
    • Drug Crimes
  • Family and Domestic Relations Law
    • Divorce
    • Child Custody
    • Child Support
    • Spousal Support
    • Visitation
    • Modifications
    • Domestic Violence Issues
    • Paternity/Legitimation
    • Prenuptial
    • Postnuptial Agreements
  • Personal Injury
  • Probate
    • Wills
    • Estate planning
  • Guardianship
  • Juvenile Law
  • Employment Law


  • Paul M. Hebert Law Center, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
    • J.D. – 2017
  • University of West Georgia, Carrollton, Georgia
    • B.A. – 2014

Bar Admissions

  • Georgia, 2017
  • Georgia Court of Appeals
  • Supreme Court of Georgia


Amy Hayes started practicing law in Georgia in 2018.

Amy grew up in Douglas County, Georgia – attending South Douglas Elementary, Fairplay Middle, and Alexander High Schools. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy at the University of West Georgia in 2014 and her Juris Doctor from the Paul M. Hebert Law Center at Louisiana State University in 2017.

While in law school, Amy completed: a judicial externship with East Baton Rouge Parish Family Court in Louisiana’s 19th JDC; the LSU Law Center Juvenile Public Defense Clinic; Emory Law’s Barton Appeal for Youth Clinic; Emory Law’s Family Trials Clinic; Emory Law’s Criminal Trials Clinic. Most recently, she has completed the certification training to be an appointed Guardian Ad Litem in the State of Georgia.

Beyond the clinics, externships, and internships, Amy has focused a lot of her time on giving back to her community and she served more than 700 hours of pro bono/community service hours during her three years of law school. In addition, she also founded Louisiana Miss Amazing, a subsidiary of Miss Amazing, Inc., which is an organization advocating for and empowering girls and women with disabilities through their communities. She received both a silver and bronze Presidential Service Award for 2016-2017. Currently, Amy is a member of the Rotary Club of Douglas County and is now in the beginning of her second year of serving on the Club’s Board of Directors as the Youth Services Chair.

Professionally, Amy interned with the East Baton Rouge Juvenile Public Defender’s Office for approximately a year and a half. From there, she became an intern for Frank C. Winn in June 2016, which she continued to do until she became licensed to practice law in May 2018.

Amy devotes all of her spare time to her children, her family, and her animals.