About

Ashley Attisha

A 2014 Michigan State University alumna and Wayne State University Law School graduate, Ashley Attisha is an attorney and business professional who has always known her greatest strengths: strategic thinking and advocacy. Attisha’s legal background includes complex litigation, medical malpractice defense, and real estate disputes. As a key member of defense trial teams, Attisha’s track record includes several no-cause verdicts, summary dispositions/judgements, and voluntary dismissals. In addition, she has successfully negotiated complex litigation matters which have led to settlements. 

While a student at Wayne State University Law School, Attisha placed third at Case Western Classic Mock Trial Competition in Fall 2016 and was a member of the American Association for Justice Mock Trial National Team. After graduation, Attisha returned to her alma mater to coach mock trial students about evidentiary issues, building direct examinations, cross-examinations, opening statements, and closing arguments. 

 

Beyond her legal background, Ashley Attisha is an experienced grant writer and program developer focusing on human and social services. As an elected Council Member of Keego Harbor, Ashley takes pride in serving the greater community through her government work and volunteering.

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Attisha Law 

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Attisha Law provides professional and creative solutions while embracing values you can count on. Compassion, honesty and integrity are values that we live by and work by every day.

 

Legal matters can often become confusing and hostile. Attisha Law breaks down every step of the process in an easy to understand manner, while being truthful with clients and realistic about expectations and outcomes. 

 

Being a bold advocate does not mean you have to repeatedly attack your opponent. That is not what the legal process is about and is not what we believe as a law firm. We believe in fairness and approaching cases with an open-mind seeking creative solutions.