Ashley is a fierce advocate for clients whether it be through cases stemming from the workplace, medical procedures, or sexual assault. She is a tenacious advocate that values pairing superior legal skills with compassion for clients. In addition to her work at SGB, Ashley prioritizes involvement in the community through her volunteer work with the Latino/a Bar Association and Unemployment Law Project, among others.
Ashley is a native of California, where she met her husband. She double majored in Spanish and International Relations at the University of California, Davis, and attended law school at Lewis & Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon. Prior to joining SGB, Ashley worked at a premier Seattle-area family law firm and at the Oregon Court of Appeals.
Lewis & Clark Law School, Portland, OR J.D., May 2016
- Environmental Law Review, Notes & Comments Editor
- Moot Court – Appellate Advocacy, Regional Semifinalist
University of California, Davis, Davis, CA, B.A., International Relations (emphasis in Latin America), and B.A., Spanish, June 2011
Editor, Washington Family Law Deskbook, Washington State Bar Association, March 2020 – Present
- Review and update sections of the Washington Family Law Deskbook with new caselaw and correct citations
Volunteer Attorney, Unemployment Law Project, Seattle, WA, April 2020 – Present
Committee Member, Judicial Evaluation Committee, Latina/o Bar Association of Washington, July 2019 – Present
Volunteer Attorney, Bilingual Legal Clinic courtesy of Latina/o Bar Association of Washington, July 2019 – Present