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Maslon Welcomes Corporate & Securities Attorney Ashley Olson to the Firm

June 16, 2021

Maslon is pleased to announce the addition of Corporate & Securities Attorney Ashley Olson to the law firm. Her experience further strengthens Maslon's capabilities in a key area of practice.

Ashley brings a demonstrated passion for advocacy and helping clients achieve their goals. She excels at finding practical and business-forward solutions to complex legal issues by thinking creatively and analytically about her clients' specific needs. Prior to beginning her private practice, Ashley gained valuable experience serving as a law clerk to Hennepin County District Judge Patrick Robben. Her background working with a judge informs her business-oriented approach to advising clients. Throughout law school, she clerked at the Minneapolis City Attorney’s Office, where she gained valuable experience working directly with internal clients on litigation matters.

Ashley earned her law degree from the University of St. Thomas School of Law, graduating in the top 10% of her class. She completed her bachelor's degree magna cum laude at the University of Minnesota, majoring in English with a minor in management.


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