Ashton M. Riley
Ashton Riley is an associate in the firm's Irvine office. He represents employers in a variety of labor and employment matters.
Prior to joining Fisher Phillips, Ashton worked as a law clerk for a Los Angeles-based trial firm. He represented businesses and corporations and defended product liability and general negligence actions. He completed extensive work in all phases of litigation including discovery, law and motion work, deposition preparation, and trial preparation.
While in law school, Ashton was the Editor-in-Chief of the Loyola of Los Angeles Entertainment Law Review, Volume 35, covering a wide range of topics including intellectual property rights related to street art, unionization of college athletes, and employer use of social media in the hiring process.
He also served as Vice-Chair of the Public Interest Law Foundation at Loyola Law School for two years. In this role, he worked with different Los Angeles public service organizations to promote public service events for his law school community and organized fundraising events for scholarships for students working in public interest externships.
Honors & Leadership
- Volunteer, Narbonne High School (2012-present)
- Loyola Law SchoolJ.D. 2015
- University of California, IrvineB.A. Political Science, cum laude
- U.S. District Court for the Central District of California