Ashley Stump combines her experience in business litigation and employment law with a passion for client advocacy. Ashley is praised for her thoughtful and dependable counsel with an eye for unique problem solving and effective legal writing that allows her to develop persuasive arguments and obtain tangible results for her clients.

While in law school, Ashley joined the firm as a summer associate, acquiring a broad understanding of business litigation practices while drafting motions, briefs and preparing arguments. She gained such an interest for this area of law that she stayed with the firm after graduation. Since then, Ashley furthered her understanding by engaging in trial and trial preparation, analyzing contracts and conducting extensive research.

Ashley also held a position as a law clerk with the Marion County Public Defender Agency during law school. In this role, she developed skills in trial preparation by drafting cross-examination questions and collaborating on a variety of high-profile cases.

Upon graduation of law school, Ashley received the Norman Lefstein Award of Excellence for her Pro Bono Service. She was also recognized for her involvement in the Dean’s Tutorial Society where she served as a mentor to first-year law students by providing peer-to-peer support and advice on academic skills and development.

Before Ashley arrives at the office each morning, she enjoys morning runs on the lakefront trial and walking her golden retriever. As a Hoosier raised on a farm, Ashley loves exploring Chicago and staying active through local organizations.