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Ashley Page-Nelson

Ashley Page-Nelson


Washington, DC

Ashley N. Page is a native of Montgomery County, Maryland. She originally joined Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata & Siegel, P.C., as a law clerk in 2012. Her excellent work, dedication, and compassion for clients lead the firm to keep her on as an associate attorney.

She now fights on behalf of our clients as a trial attorney to win the justice and compensation to which they are entitled. She is licensed to practice law in the State of Maryland and the District of Columbia.

Ashley graduated cum laude from American University Washington College of Law. While in law school, she was a regional finalist in the European Law Moot Court Competition held in Luxembourg City, Luxembourg.

She was also a member of the Society for Dispute Resolution, and competed in the National Baseball Arbitration Competition, in New Orleans, Louisiana. he served as a chairperson on the Domestic Violence Human Rights Resolution Committee, and also provided guidance to her peers through the Student Bar Association Peer Mentorship Program.

During law school, Ashley completed a fellowship at the United States Attorney’s Office, in Washington, D.C. She acted as a student attorney prosecuting domestic violence cases on behalf of the District of Columbia. She began her litigation experience by serving as first and second chair for bench trials, jury trials, and hearings.

Ashley was a member of the Washington College of Law Clinical Program, which is regularly ranked in the nations’ top three clinical programs. Ashley also volunteered as a legal intern at the Sexual Assault Institute, in Maryland.

Prior to her legal career Ashley graduated cum laude from Syracuse University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Art Photography. She worked in advertising at The Chronicle of Higher Education and also as a freelance photographer and graphic designer.

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