Ashley D. Hall was raised in Miami, Florida, until the age of 14, then moved to Holiday, where she graduated high school. She attended the University of Central Florida, where she received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a Certificate in Behavioral Forensics. She attended Florida State University, School of Law, graduating and being admitted to the Florida Bar in 2019.
During her time in law school, Ashley completed two internships at the Public Interest Law Center: the Family Law Clinic and the Children’s Advocacy Clinic. In her second year, she completed her externship at the Federal Public Defender’s Office, Capital Habeas Unit, assisting with death penalty appeals.
Ashley began working as a law clerk at Fournier Law in 2018, under the guidance of the founding partners, Patricia B. Fournier and Gena D. Fournier. Witnessing the Fourniers in action inspired her to someday become a tenacious advocate for families and helped her to find her passion for family law.