Olivia Ashé is an associate in the firm’s Portland office. She is a member of the Commercial Disputes and Environment, Land, and Natural Resources practice groups. Olivia also maintains a connection to Oregon’s environmental and agriculture sectors as a founding board member of the Black Oregon Land Trust.
Prior to joining the firm Olivia served as a co-director of a nonprofit and pastor of connected church in Seattle. While attending Loyola University Chicago Law she was a member of the Constance Baker Motley Mock Trial Team and served as a mediator for small claims court with Center for Conflict Resolution in Chicago, IL. In these roles Olivia developed her skills for interacting with and meeting the needs of clients while being a effective advocate. Upon her return to Oregon, she worked as a judicial extern for an Oregon Supreme Court Justice. Through this role, Olivia prepared memoranda containing legal analysis and recommended disposition. Olivia also served as a summer associate in the firm’s Seattle office.
- 2015 Washington State Truman Scholar Recipient
- Board Member Black Oregon Land Trust