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Ashleigh K. Gideon

Ashleigh K. Gideon

Associate
Phone:310.525.6641
Fax:310.719.1019

Gideon focuses her practice on automobile warranty defense and complex discovery issues. 

Prior to joining Bowman and Brooke, Ashleigh counseled insurance-industry clients in automotive personal injury and premises liability litigation. In her first three years of practice, she has gained extensive litigation experience by conducting initial factual investigations, developing case strategy, being involved in all phases of discovery and preparing successful dispositive motions. Ashleigh has also had extensive experience in the courtroom through drafting and arguing numerous motions, primarily on behalf of large automobile manufacturers. 

During law school, Ashleigh worked as a student representative for the California Board of Equalization Tax Appeals Program where she assisted taxpayers with their appeals before the California Board of Equalization. She also participated in the Brown Admiralty Moot Court Competition and was a literary editor for the Maritime Law Journal.

As a former college volleyball player, Ashleigh still enjoys playing beach volleyball in her free time, along with snowboarding and spending time with her family and friends.

 

Bar Admissions

  • California, 2017

Court Admissions

  • U.S. District Court, Central District of California

Education

  • University of San Francisco School of Law, J.D., 2017
    Maritime Law Journal, Literary Editorial
    Brown Admiralty Moot Court Team
    Student Bar Association, Social Chair
    Family Law Society, Treasurer
    Youth Advocacy Association, Secretary
     
  • Chapman University, B.A., 2013
    Major: Political Science
    Founders Grant Recipient
    Norm Verry Academic & Athletic Scholarship
    Delta Gamma Sorority
     

Professional Associations

    • American Bar Association
    • South Bay Bar Association
      —Civil Litigation, Co-Chair

Distinctions

    • Bowman and Brooke Trial Skills College
      —Outstanding Oral Argument in Opposition to Defendant’s Motion in Limine, 2020