Haleigh Ann Hashem is an Associate at haltom & doan. Haleigh graduated with bachelor’s degrees in Markets & Culture and Psychology from Southern Methodist University and went on to receive her juris doctorate from Baylor Law.

While at Baylor Law, Haleigh was a member of the Order of the Barristers, a designation awarded to students that demonstrated excellent appellate advocacy in Baylor’s interscholastic moot court competition. Haleigh competed in several national mock trial competitions – notably performing as a top advocate at the National Civil Trial Competition in Los Angeles, California. Haleigh also competed head-on against her law school classmates in Baylor Law’s prestigious “Mad Dog” Mock Trial Competition and came in First Place, earning the recognition as the top student in trial skill persuasion and the “Mad Dog” title of her graduating class. Outside of the classroom, Haleigh dedicated her time to representing detained juveniles in McLennan County through Baylor’s Juvenile Justice Clinic and to volunteering with Baylor’s Veterans Clinic, helping to provide free legal services to a veteran population of over 75,000 in the Central Texas area. Haleigh received Baylor’s Boots on the Ground Award for her work in the Veteran’s Clinic and her dedication to “Serving Those Who Served.”

Outside of the office, Haleigh enjoys reading, playing pickle ball, and traveling.

  • Business and Commercial Litigation

Areas of Practice

  • Intellectual Property Litigation
  • Personal Injury Litigation
  • B.A. – Southern Methodist University
  • J.D. – Baylor Law 
Awards & Honors
  • Champion, Bob and Karen Wortham “Mad Dog” Mock Trial Competition
  • Top Advocate, National Civil Trial Competition
  • Barrister, Baylor Barrister Society
  • Boots on the Ground Award for displaying dedication to Baylor Law’s Veterans Clinic
  • Texas State Courts
Professional Affiliations
  • State Bar of Texas
  • Texarkana Bar Association
  • Texarkana Young Lawyers Association