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Ashley was born and raised in Texas. She attended the University of Texas, where she graduated with honors with a degree in accounting. In 1994, she moved to Montana and later attended the University of Montana School of Law, where she served on the editorial board of the Montana Law Review and graduated with high honors. Ashley practiced in the firm’s Billings office for 17 years before recently relocating to Bozeman.
Ashley is committed to serving her community and profession. She is a current Board Member and Past President of the Montana Justice Foundation. She has previously served on the governing boards of RiverStone Health Foundation, Yellowstone Area Bar Association, Montana State University - Billings Foundation, Billings Preservation Society, and the Billings chapter of the Mental Health Association. Prior to moving to Bozeman, she was probono counsel to the Yellowstone County Guardianship Council.
Ashley is a graduate of the Leadership Montana and the Leadership Billings programs. In 2012, she was honored to be selected as one of the Billings Gazette’s “40 under Forty”. In 2016, she was named to the Best Lawyers in America in Trusts and Estates.
Honors & Awards
Best Lawyers in America for Trusts and Estates (2016-Present)
“40 Under Forty” Honoree, Billings Gazette (2012)
Editorial Board, Montana Law Review
Montana Justice Foundation (Current Board Member and former Board President)
Riverstone Health Foundation (Past Board Member)
Montana State University - Billings Foundation (Past Trustee)
Billings Preservation Society (Past Board Member and President)
Mental Health Association, Billings Chapter (Past Board Member and President)
Leadership Montana Graduate
Leadership Billings Graduate
Yellowstone County Guardianship Council (Pro Bono Counsel)
State Bar of Montana
American Bar Association
Gallatin County Bar Association
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