Ashley Bauerle joined the firm’s San Diego office in 2012 and is a member in the Subrogation & Recovery Department. She has substantial litigation experience and has handled a diverse array of subrogation matters from inception to conclusion. Her particular interests include product liability, cargo cases and government claims, as well as pro bono work as an advocate for victims of domestic violence.
Upon receiving her bachelor’s degree from Trinity University in 2005, Ashley earned her J.D. from Tulane University Law School in 2009 where she served as the Senior Managing Editor of the Tulane Maritime Law Journal. While at Tulane Ashley earned the CALI Award for Excellence in Legal Ethics, placed in the top 10 percent of her class in Trial Advocacy, and received a certificate of specialization in maritime law. In 2007, Ashley participated in AmeriCorps' pro bono "SummerCorps - Katrina Division" program and helped New Orleans residents apply for and obtain federal Road Home grants in order to rebuild their hurricane-damaged homes.
In 2012, Ashley graduated from the University of San Diego Law School with a master of laws in International Law, cum laude, and was awarded the Paul, Plevin, Sullivan & Connaughton Award for highest GPA overall among the three masters programs in General Master of Laws, Business & Corporate Law and International Law. In 2013, Ashley received the State Bar of California Wiley W. Manuel Certificate for Pro Bono Legal Services for her pro bono work in unlawful detainer and domestic violence clinics.