Attorney Ashleigh N. Mazerac

Attorney Ashleigh N. Mazerac

Ashleigh N. Mazerac was born in New Orleans, grew up in Hammond, and has been a resident of Baton Rouge since 2007.  She attended Louisiana State University and graduated in 2011 with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a concentration in Political Theory.

After completing her undergraduate study, she began working for private law firms prior to pursuing a degree in law.

Ashleigh graduated Cum Laude from Southern University Law Center in 2016 receiving a Juris Doctor Degree. During her law school matriculation, she clerked for the Honorable Judge Fredericka Homberg Wicker at the Louisiana Fifth Circuit Court of Appeal, the Honorable Judge Shelly D. Dick at the Middle District of Louisiana, the United States Attorney’s Office in the Criminal Litigation Division, and the Louisiana Attorney General’s Office in the Civil Litigation Division. During her second year, she was selected to have her student law review article published in the Journal of Race, Gender, & Poverty, with whom she later served as Editor-In-Chief in her third year. In her final year of law school, Ashleigh began working as a law clerk at Murphy Law Firm. Upon graduation, she returned to work at Murphy practicing personal injury litigation.

Ashleigh has been licensed since 2016 and is admitted to practice before all Louisiana State Courts as well as all Federal District Courts in Louisiana and the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. She currently resides in Baton Rouge where she enjoys spending time with her family, friends, and dog, playing beach volleyball, and supporting her LSU Tigers any chance she gets!