Ashley D. Burman

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Ashley’s practice focuses on civil litigation and appellate work. Prior to joining the firm, Ashley worked at the New York office of Jones Day. While there, Ashley handled a variety of complex litigation matters relating to antitrust, securities, toxic torts, anti-SLAPP laws, and contractual disputes involving trade secrets and non-compete clauses. She has represented clients in federal civil litigation and in proceedings brought by the Department of Justice, the Federal Trade Commission, and the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Ashley graduated with honors from the University of Chicago Law School, where she was an Articles Editor for the University of Chicago Legal Forum and served as a research assistant for Professors Richard A. Epstein and Nicholas Stephanopoulos. She was also a member of the Hinton Moot Court board and a recipient of the Thomas R. Mulroy Prize for excellence in appellate advocacy.

Ashley earned her bachelor’s degree in Economics and Political Science from the University of Washington. Before law school, she worked on political campaigns in Washington State and for a national trade association in government affairs.

Education
  • University of Chicago Law School
    • J.D. with honors 2018, Thomas R. Mulroy Prize Recipient
Experience
  • Harrigan Leyh Farmer & Thomsen LLP
    • 2021
  • Jones Day
    • 2018 – 2021
Admitted to Practice
  • New York
  • U.S. District Courts
    • Southern District of New York
    • Eastern District of New York

Ashley’s practice focuses on civil litigation and appellate work. Prior to joining the firm, Ashley worked at the New York office of Jones Day. While there, Ashley handled a variety of complex litigation matters relating to antitrust, securities, toxic torts, anti-SLAPP laws, and contractual disputes involving trade secrets and non-compete clauses. She has represented clients in federal civil litigation and in proceedings brought by the Department of Justice, the Federal Trade Commission, and the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Ashley graduated with honors from the University of Chicago Law School, where she was an Articles Editor for the University of Chicago Legal Forum and served as a research assistant for Professors Richard A. Epstein and Nicholas Stephanopoulos. She was also a member of the Hinton Moot Court board and a recipient of the Thomas R. Mulroy Prize for excellence in appellate advocacy.

Ashley earned her bachelor’s degree in Economics and Political Science from the University of Washington. Before law school, she worked on political campaigns in Washington State and for a national trade association in government affairs.

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