Ashly Riches was the articles editor for the Duke Environmental Law and Policy Forum. Her note, The Fashion Industry is Not as “Green” as it Would Like You to Believe, was published in Vol. 33, No. 1 (2022).
Ashly focuses her practice on corporate bankruptcy, bankruptcy litigation, corporate restructuring, and other insolvency matters.
During law school, Ashly served as a student attorney for the Duke Law Community Enterprise Clinic, managing a caseload of non-profit organizations. She also interned with the North Carolina Department of Justice, Education Section, and the North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence. Ashly was a semi-finalist in the Duke Law Jessup Cup Moot Court Competition in 2019, and placed 2nd in the Transactional Law Competition in 2020. At graduation, Ashly received the Duke Law Pro Bono Pledge Certificate of Achievement.