Ashley Wubben is an Associate in Selman Breitman’s Los Angeles office and is a member of the firm’s Insurance practice group. She represents insurance companies in coverage-related matters and disputes, including cases arising out of premises liability, breach of contract, personal injury, and intellectual property. Ashley also has experience in defending individuals, healthcare providers, and businesses in various complex personal injury and malpractice matters.
Ashley has considerable experience in Insurance, which enables her to investigate claims and evaluate coverage issues to provide practical advice and handle complex issues in a straightforward manner. She works closely with clients, understands their specific needs, and provides them with thoughtful, individualized guidance in order to foster a collaborative approach to dynamic representation that serves her clients’ interests.
While working toward her J.D. at Marquette University Law School, Ashley worked as a judicial intern to the Honorable Charles N. Clevert of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin. She also served as the Editor-in-Chief of Marquette’s Benefits and Social Welfare Law Review and worked as an assistant professor teaching Torts and Property Law courses to first-year law students. She earned her B.A. (Political Science) from California State University, Northridge.
After earning her J.D., Ashley served as a law clerk to the Honorable William Sosnay of the Milwaukee County Circuit Court before returning to her hometown in Los Angeles to practice in the area of Insurance Defense. She is presently a member of the Wisconsin-based Association for Women Lawyers and of the Hispanic National Bar Association.
Ashley currently resides in Los Angeles. When not helping clients with their legal needs, she spends her time surfing and learning to golf.
Marquette University School of Law:
- Editor-in-Chief of the Benefits & Social Welfare Law Review
- Assistant Professor for 1L Torts and Property courses