About Ashley (she/her/hers)

Email: ACook@theCDSLawFirm.com

Ashley Cook at Copps DiPaola Silverman 2023Ashley Cook, Law Clerk, is a second-year law student at Albany Law School. Prior to law school, Ashley graduated magna cum laude from Virginia Tech with a Bachelor of Science in human development. As an undergraduate student, Ashley interned for two semesters at the Montgomery County Department of Social Services in Christiansburg, Virginia where she supervised and documented visitations. Ashley additionally spent her summers working as a legal assistant at a civil litigation law firm located in her hometown, Kingston, NY, where she reviewed transcripts, served subpoenas, and filed correspondence.

During her first year of law school, Ashley became a member of the Women’s Law Caucus (WLC). The WLC is a forum for both men and women to discuss contemporary feminist issues and strives to raise the Albany Law School community’s awareness of current legal, political, and socioeconomic issues affecting women. Ashley is currently still a member of the WLC.

In addition to her law school extracurriculars, Ashley devotes her time throughout the year to coach children ages eight and up the fundamental skills of basketball, teamwork, and communication for Tay Fisher basketball leagues.

About Ashley (she/her/hers)

Email: ACook@theCDSLawFirm.com

Ashley Cook at Copps DiPaola Silverman 2023Ashley Cook, Law Clerk, is a second-year law student at Albany Law School. Prior to law school, Ashley graduated magna cum laude from Virginia Tech with a Bachelor of Science in human development. As an undergraduate student, Ashley interned for two semesters at the Montgomery County Department of Social Services in Christiansburg, Virginia where she supervised and documented visitations. Ashley additionally spent her summers working as a legal assistant at a civil litigation law firm located in her hometown, Kingston, NY, where she reviewed transcripts, served subpoenas, and filed correspondence.

During her first year of law school, Ashley became a member of the Women’s Law Caucus (WLC). The WLC is a forum for both men and women to discuss contemporary feminist issues and strives to raise the Albany Law School community’s awareness of current legal, political, and socioeconomic issues affecting women. Ashley is currently still a member of the WLC.

In addition to her law school extracurriculars, Ashley devotes her time throughout the year to coach children ages eight and up the fundamental skills of basketball, teamwork, and communication for Tay Fisher basketball leagues.