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Ashley Lee

“My most important goal is to be my client's number one advocate and provide them access to the civil justice system. Helping individuals with the ability to have their stories heard in a court of law is of paramount importance to me. I will fight for my clients and ensure they get the justice they deserve by navigating the legal process every step of the way.”

Ashley made the decision to become a lawyer at an early age because of her desire to help individuals in their time of need. She is compassionate and cares about her client's well being in and out of the courtroom.

Ashley is a native of Bowling Green where she graduated from Bowling Green High School and earned a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Communication Studies from Western Kentucky University in 2009.  Ashley attended the College of Law at the University of Kentucky earning her Juris Doctorate in 2012.  While in law school she was a staff editor for the Kentucky Journal of Equine, Agriculture and Natural Resources Law.

After law school, Ashley returned to Bowling Green as a law clerk for Warren Circuit Court Judge John Grise and Judge Steve Wilson.  Following her tenure as a law clerk, Ashley joined a local firm where her practice focused on general civil litigation, including family law, personal injury, wrongful termination and employment law related matters. Eventually, Ashley moved on to Kentucky Legal Aid where she was the VOCA coordinator. She assisted low-income and elderly clients with general civil litigation issues. Ashley has the civil litigation experience and drive to ensure all clients get their day in court.

Ashley lives in Bowling Green with her husband  and son. She serves as a trustee for the Bowling Green/ Warren County Law Library, has served on the Board of Directors and as Law Day Chair for the Bowling Green/Warren County Bar Association, and is active in volunteering for expungement related events in the community. In her free time, Ashley enjoys reading, kayaking, and working out.

  • Western Kentucky University, B.A., Political Science and Communication Studies, 2009
  • University of Kentucky College of Law, J.D., 2012
  • State Bar of Kentucky

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