Ashley Davis is an attorney at Allen, Allen, Allen & Allen in Richmond, Virginia. She is a personal injury lawyer who focuses her practice in the areas of wrongful death, products liability, medical malpractice, automobile and tractor trailer accidents, brain injury, and premises liability. Before joining Allen & Allen, Ashley represented defendants and insurance companies in catastrophic injury cases involving products liability, premises liability and toxic exposures. Ashley is an adjunct professor who teaches trial advocacy at the University of Richmond's T. C. Williams School of Law. She is also an instructor for the Paralegal Studies Program, which is offered through the Office of Continuing and Professional Education at Virginia Commonwealth University. Ashley is a sought-after public speaker and has given lectures on a variety of litigation topics including corporate depositions, legal ethics, federal procedure, legal research and writing, products liability, eDiscovery, and effective techniques for handling out-of-state litigation. She has been asked to speak by the American Association for Justice (AAJ), the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association (VTLA), the Virginia Association of Defense Attorneys (VADA), the Richmond Paralegal Association (RPA), the Advanced eDiscovery Institute at Georgetown Law School, the Institute for Paralegal Education, and the National Business Institute.