Ashley Campbell grew up watching Perry Mason on TV, so it was no surprise that she followed her dream and became a lawyer. Along the way she discovered her passion: helping ensure everyone has access to representation in the justice system.
Now--after a decorated career in real estate law with Ragsdale Liggett--that passion is her singular focus as she leads the Blanchard Community Law Clinic, part of Campbell University's law school, where she also teaches. The clinic is where future attorneys help people in the community who may need help affording, accessing, and understanding the justice system. There services include, but aren't limited to, helping people expunge criminal records and restore suspended driver's licenses.
Ashley tells us all about the clinic, why being a member of the Wake County Bar is special and her quest to finish the Appalachian Trail.
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