Attorney, Ashley Griffith was born and raised in Etters Pennsylvania. She has resided in the Etters area her entire life. Ashley is married and has a 9 year old son and 2 step children.After graduating from Red Land Senior High School, Ashley attended Shippensburg University where she gained her Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice. She then went on to attend Widener University Commonwealth Law School. She graduated with a J.D. in May of 2016, with a Pro Bono Distinction, given for 60 or more hours of volunteer work during Law School. While in Law School she worked as a Legal Assistant to Marianne Rudebusch, Esquire, who practices primarily in Family Law, and spent a semester as the receptionist at the Central Pennsylvania Law Clinic. Ashley received her License to practice law in Pennsylvania in 2017.
As someone who's parents were divorced when she was young, Ashley understands the impact that a divorce and custody issues can have on a child and strives to use that experience in her law office to help her in her practice of law.
Ashley's mother and father are both disabled and Ashley has spent a great deal of time advocating for their rights in regards to those disabilities. Because of these experiences, Ashley understands just how hard the Social Security Disability process can be and aims to make that process as easy as possible on her clients.
|Legal Secretary||Law Office of Marianne E. Rudebusch||2011 - 2017|
|Widener University School of Law, Harrisburg PA||JD - Juris Doctor||2016|
|Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania||BS - Bachelor of Science||2011|
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