Ashley Allen CarrPartner
Ashley represents healthcare, life science, pharmaceutical, medical device, and technology companies in a variety of litigation matters, including complex commercial litigation and product liability cases. She also regularly counsels clients on a wide range of issues, including risk management and state and federal regulatory matters.
Ashley has significant experience in all phases of litigation, including strategic assessment and planning, investigations, fact and expert witness development, dispositive motion practice, discovery, and trials in both state and federal courts. Ashley has taken and defended numerous expert and fact witness depositions in a wide range of commercial litigation cases and has argued motions in both state and federal courts. She also has briefed cases in numerous federal and state appellate courts and has argued before Texas’s Third Court of Appeals.
Beyond the healthcare space, Ashley’s practice spans several areas, including general business litigation, securities litigation, insurance, and arbitration matters. She has a successful track record representing clients in the financial services, technology, energy, real estate and insurance industries.
Ashley serves on the Board of the Travis County Women Lawyers’ Association and is a co-founder of The Greenfield Project, a non-profit organization that conducts legal and regulatory analyses to develop and promote policy initiatives that support sustainable, humane agricultural practices. Ashley also maintains an active pro bono practice. She has served as pro bono counsel for the Animal Legal Defense Fund and for several individual clients in family law, criminal, and immigration matters. Ashley is a recipient of the Judge Thomas Gibbs Gee award for outstanding pro bono service.
- J.D., Harvard Law School 2012
- B.A., Rice University 2008
Phi Beta Kappa
magna cum laude