Ashleigh recognises that the law is not black and white, but shades of grey instead. This requires a holistic approach to solving problems, which fortunately her educational background prepared her for. Ashleigh sees the law, and particularly her own field of personal injury, as an opportunity to assist vulnerable people. Experience working on cases for major companies made her realise she’d rather apply her skills to helping individuals in need instead.
Ashleigh graduated from a Social Science (Legal and Dispute studies) degree with Distinction from RMIT University in 2013, then a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) from Deakin University in 2017. She began her career as a legal assistant with a prominent large International Law Firm, where she gained experience of the “leg work” involved in progressing a file from beginning to end.
Ashleigh respects solicitors from other firms. At the same time, she remains dedicated to obtaining the best possible result for her own clients.