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  • Farmer, Price, Hornsby & Weatherford was founded over 79 years ago when J. Hubert Farmer began his law practice in Dothan, Alabama. His son James H. Farmer joined the practice in (year) after he graduated from law school. Edward M. Price, Jr. joined the Farmers in practice in 1966, as did Ernest H. Hornsby a few years later. The firm has grown to eight attorneys who have a variety of specialties and a knowledgeable support staff.

Meet Our Team

  • Elizabeth Glasgow

    Elizabeth B. Glasgow

    — Partner

    Libby Glasgow has multi-state employment law practice concentrating in employment law for employers and employees.

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    Harry Preston Hall II

    — Partner

    Harry Hall is a 1989 graduate of Auburn University and 1992 graduate of the Cumberland School of Law. He is admitted to practice law in numerous districts and once served as President of the Houston County Bar Association.

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  • Ernest-H-Hornsby

    Ernest H. Hornsby

    — Partner

    Mr. Hornsby has served as court appointed class counsel in several class actions, and was appointed in May, 2004 as 1 of 3 members…

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  • Ashton-Holmes-Ott

    Ashton Holmes Ott

    — Partner

    Ashton has been licensed to practice law since 1993. She represents clients on a wide range of issues including corporate, real estate, and employment matters.

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  • Russell-N-Parrish

    Russell N. Parrish

    — Partner

    Mr. Parrish’s work focuses on creditor rights (including the representation of creditors in bankruptcy litigation), real property issues…

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  • Edward-M-Price

    Edward M. Price, Jr.

    — Partner

    Edward Price is a 1974 graduate of the Cumberland School of Law. Over 75% of his time is spent towards helping his clients in litigation.

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  • Joel-W-Weatherford

    Joel W. Weatherford

    — Partner

    Joel Weatherford is a 1983 graduation of the Cumberland School of Law and was admitted to the Alabama Bar that same year. Over 65% of his work is in the area of litigation.

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