Ashley R. Bailey

Ashley R. Bailey

Associate

Contact Info

Phone: (612) 225-2952
Fax: (612) 677-3844

Primary Office

Minneapolis
33 South Sixth Street
Suite 4750
Minneapolis, MN 55402

Ashley R. Bailey

Ashley Bailey assists public and private clients with matters related to mergers and acquisitions, private equity and venture financings, securities, general corporate law and commercial transactions. She also has experience with corporate formation, governance and contract negotiation. Ashley advises buyers and sellers in stock and asset purchases, as well as other strategic business arrangements.

During law school, Ashley was a research assistant to University of Wisconsin Law School Professor Linda S. Greene. In this role, Ashley conducted legal research, including analyzing the jurisprudence of U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Thurgood Marshall. As a law student, Ashley also served as a judicial intern for Justice Annette Ziegler on the Wisconsin Supreme Court.

Credentials and Accolades

Honors and Awards

Named an Up & Coming Attorney by Minnesota Lawyer, 2019

Education

J.D., University of Wisconsin Law School, 2015

  • Fellow, Jackie Robinson Foundation Extra Innings
  • Articles Editor, Wisconsin Law Review
  • Board Member, University of Wisconsin Moot Court
  • Group Leader, Legal Education Opportunities Contracts Study Group Leader

B.A., University of St. Thomas, 2012

  • Scholar, Jackie Robinson Foundation

Bar Admissions

Minnesota
Wisconsin

Firm Management Positions

Associates Committee

Ashley Bailey assists public and private clients with matters related to mergers and acquisitions, private equity and venture financings, securities, general corporate law and commercial transactions. She also has experience with corporate formation, governance and contract negotiation. Ashley advises buyers and sellers in stock and asset purchases, as well as other strategic business arrangements.

During law school, Ashley was a research assistant to University of Wisconsin Law School Professor Linda S. Greene. In this role, Ashley conducted legal research, including analyzing the jurisprudence of U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Thurgood Marshall. As a law student, Ashley also served as a judicial intern for Justice Annette Ziegler on the Wisconsin Supreme Court.