Ashleigh’s practice focuses on litigation, including defense of Fair Debt Collection Practices Act litigation, and financial services compliance. Before joining the firm as an attorney, she was a summer law clerk in 2014.
While in law school, Ashleigh was also a law clerk for the trial division of the Oregon Department of Justice. Prior to law school, Ashleigh worked as a litigation paralegal in California.
Education & Bar Admissions:
Ashleigh earned her undergraduate degree in legal studies from the University of California, Berkeley in 2009 and her law degree from Lewis & Clark Law School in 2015, graduating magna cum laude. At Lewis & Clark, she received the Dean’s Scholarship for Excellence and the Alumni Board of Directors scholarship. While in law school, Ashleigh was an executive editor for Lewis & Clark Law Review, a top 50 journal.
Ashleigh was admitted to the Oregon State Bar in 2015.
Ashleigh is a member of the Oregon Bar Association, the Multnomah Bar Association and Oregon Women Lawyers.
Ashleigh is a member of the City Club of Portland.
Outside of work, Ashleigh enjoys learning and playing roller derby with the Wreckers recreational program of the Rose City Rollers, dancing, and taking advantage of her Portland Art Museum membership.
“Oregon’s Lack of Compulsory Counterclaims“
Client Update, ALFA International, Insurance Practice Group, Property and Casualty Insurance Sub-Group, Winter 2015
“Finders Keepers: Selecting and Retaining State Judicial Candidates”
19 Lewis & Clark Law Review (forthcoming 2016)