Ashley Brinn is a member of Scarinci Hollenbeck’s Environmental & Land Use and Corporate Transactions & Business Law practice groups. She also has extensive experience handling a wide range of matters related to Land Use, Regulatory Law, Corporate Law and Commercial Litigation.
Prior to joining Scarinci Hollenbeck, Ms. Brinn was associated with the Atlantic City, NJ office of a prominent national law firm where she focused her practice on Corporate Law with a special emphasis on the gaming industry. She represented and advised large, multinational publicly-traded gaming corporations, gaming equipment companies, as well as regional entities and individuals in gaming licensing, regulatory, governance, and compliance matters in domestic and international jurisdictions.
Ashley earned her Juris Doctor from Rutgers School of Law in Camden, NJ. Upon receiving her Juris Doctor, Ms. Brinn served as a judicial law clerk for the Hon. Michael A. Donio, Presiding Judge of the Atlantic County Criminal Courts Complex.
Ashley earned her undergraduate degree, cum laude, from Bryn Mawr College in Bryn Mawr, PA where she majored in French and French studies. Ms. Brinn is trilingual. She is fluent in French and proficient in Spanish.
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- Rutgers School of Law (JD, 2013)
- Bryn Mawr College (BA, 2004)
- New Jersey
- U.S District Court, District of New Jersey
- International Masters of Gaming Law
- International Association of Gaming Advisors
- American Bar Association
- Atlantic County Bar Association, Social Director & Parliamentarian of the Young Lawyers Division
- New Jersey State Bar Association, Vice Chair of Casino Law Section
- Vincent S. Haneman American Inn of Court
- French American Chamber of Commerce (Philadelphia, PA)
- American Heart Association, South Jersey Heart Walk Executive Committee Member
Honors & Awards
- Dolgenos Memorial Award recipient in recognition of academic excellence
- Leonard Zach Award recipient on the basis of financial need and academic excellence in the study of alternative dispute resolution
- Family Law Scholarship recipient for excellence in the study of Family Law
- Criminal Law Scholarship recipient for excellence in the study of Criminal Law
- Marandon Scholarship recipient for excellence in French
- Pierre C. Fraley Scholarship recipient for excellence in study of French