Ashley (Lee) McMahon focuses her practice on regulatory and antitrust matters.
Lee also maintains an active pro bono practice and assisted in winning political asylum for a client. As a law clerk for the Parole Division of the DC Public Defender Service, she represented clients before the US Parole Commission at probable cause, short-term intervention for success (SIS) and final revocation hearings, and won release for clients.
Lee spent nearly four years as a paralegal before law school, where she provided assistance at trials, hearings, and depositions involving a range of issues including employment, environmental, malpractice, white-collar, and False Claims Act litigation.
While in law school, Lee served as editor-in-chief of the Virginia Journal of Criminal Law. She also represented post-conviction clients as part of the University of Virginia School of Law’s Innocence Project Clinic.