Hayley Mason

Hayley Mason

Sen Legal

Hayley Mason is the Director and Senior Solicitor of Sen Legal, a highly successful specialist in Education Law.

Career Overview

Hayley Mason joined SEN Legal in 2014, having previously served as PR Ambassador for Sainsbury’s. Mason was involved in the ground-breaking case concerning the appointment of successive deputies in 2015. 

In February 2020, Hayley Mason appeared on a Leaders Council of Great Britain and Northern Ireland podcast, discussing the importance of leadership and the role it has played in her career to date.


Mason graduated Sheffield Hallam University in 2013 with LLB [Hons] in Law. During her studies, she was awarded the Sweet and Maxwell Law Prize in 2013 for the student receiving the highest mark on the LLB course, and the Russell, Jones and Walker Prize in 2012 for the best student on the Tort Law module.

Between 2014 and 2016, Mason completed her LLM LPC qualifications in Law at the BPP Law School. 

Earlier Legal Career

Before her days with Sainsbury's and Sen Legal, Mason spent a period of one month each at the East Anglian Chambers and 3 Verulam Buildings in London for a mini pupillage. In 2012, she spent seven months as a student legal adviser at the Innocence Project in Sheffield, South Yorkshire. 

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