Ashley Caballero-Daltrey joins the firm’s appellate team where she represents clients in federal and state appellate matters and dispositive motions. Before joining JSH, Ashley worked as a law clerk for Vice Chief Justice Ann Scott Timmer of the Arizona Supreme Court. She has extensive experience researching and drafting memos across several different areas of law, as well as completing dozens of research projects and memos in torts, civil procedure, government claims, contracts, and land use.
While earning her law degree, Ashley served as editor-in-chief of the Arizona Law Review and worked as a research assistant for the second edition of Cases and Materials on Advanced Torts: Economic and Dignitary Torts. Ashley participated in the ABA Moot Court, National Environmental Law Moot Court, and Fegtly Moot Court where she was a Semi-Finalist. She also worked as a law clerk in the Civil Division of the Pima County Attorney’s Office and in the Riverside City Attorney’s Office in California. As a student member of the National Resource Use & Management Clinic, Ashley produced a 40-page handbook concerning appeals of grazing permits on public lands, edited and updated a handbook with NEPA guidance for ranchers, and authored four memos on federal and state water law regulations.
Active in her law school community, Ashley served as President and 1L Representative for Pride Law and was a member of the College’s Diversity Committee. She also volunteered her time as the lead coordinator for the Pride Law Name & Gender Marker Change Clinic.
A native of California, Ashley earned her undergraduate degree, summa cum laude, in French and international relations from the University of Redlands. Her thesis, “Une Marche Vers Le Bien” Les Misérables et L’idée du Progrès, earned her a French Fellowship.
In her spare time, Ashley enjoys learning new languages (she’s advanced in French and proficient in German), reading, and horseback riding.
Presentations & Publications
- “U.S. Supreme Court Rules That Favorable Termination For Fourth Amendment Malicious Prosecution Claim Need Not Show Affirmative Indication of Innocence,” JSH Law Alert, Author, April 2022
- “What Are You Signaling? The Changing Landscape of Citation Culture,” Arizona Attorney Magazine, April 2022
- “Arizona’s Anti-SLAPP Statute Applies to Noise Complaints,” JSH Law Alert, Author, February 2022
- “Punitive Damages are Potentially Recoverable for Crash Involving Cellphone Usage,” JSH Law Alert, Co-Author, November 2021
- Federal Appeals Handbook: Guidance for Appealing Grazing Decisions, University of Arizona Cooperative Extension, 2019
University of Arizona’s James E. Rogers College of Law, J.D., summa cum laude, 2020
Recipient of CALI Award for Professional Responsibility; State and Local Taxation; Legal Process, Analysis & Writing
University of Redlands, B.A., summa cum laude, French and International Relations, 2014