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Sydney F. Frazier, Jr.

Sydney Frazier received his undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Alabama (B.A., 1969 and J.D., 1972). He was editor-in-chief of the Alabama Law Review in 1971-1972.

Mr. Frazier was born in Birmingham, Alabama on May 31, 1942. He is a member of the Birmingham and American Bar Associations; Alabama State Bar (Secretary-Treasurer, 1981-1982, Vice Chairman, 1982-1983, Chairman, 1983-1984, Employment Law Section); and Alabama Bar Institute (1988 to 2008).

He has been listed in every edition of the Super Lawyers magazines since 2008. Martindale Hubbell, a peer review rating system, has given him an “AV” rating for the highest ethical standards and legal ability. He has also been named in Best Lawyers of America for his work in defending employment law cases and workers’ compensation and by Chambers USA as a “Leader In His Field” for his work in Labor & Employment.


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To initiate a possible representation, call the telephone number located under the attorney’s photo. He or she will determine if any conflict exists, and, if not, put you in touch with an appropriate lawyer. When you receive an engagement letter from that lawyer, you will be our client, and we may exchange information freely.

Areas of Practice:

  • Employment Litigation
  • General Practice
  • Civil Litigation
  • Workers Compensation
  • National Labor Relations Board Proceedings


  • J.D., University of Alabama, 1972
  • B.A., University of Alabama, 1969 (Omicron Delta Kappa, Jasons, Phi Delta Phi, Member, Bench and Bar), Editor-in-Chief, Alabama Law Review, 1971-1972

Admitted to Practice:

  • Alabama State Bar (1972)
  • All Alabama U.S. District Courts
  • Eleventh and Fifth Circuit Courts of Appeal
  • U.S. Supreme Court