CHARLESTON — A partner with Dinsmore & Shohl was named the youngest female office managing partner for the Charleston office.
Ashley Pack said being named as the office managing partner was a huge honor.
"Growing up in Charleston area and having worked for Dinsmore for 18 years, it’s an honor to be asked to lead the Dinsmore Charleston office," Pack said in an interview with The West Virginia Record.
Pack said she is excited to work with the attorneys and staff in the Charleston office and continue to build on its reputation and service to the community.
"I am eager to work with and develop our young lawyers," Pack said.
Pack said in this new role, growing the office will be a priority.
"(I will be) helping to build camaraderie amongst the attorneys while focusing on continuing to grow the office," Pack said.
Pack said she wants to continue to strengthen Dinsmore & Shohl's brand in the state and throughout the region.
"I’m excited to be part of the next generation of leaders in the state of West Virginia," Pack said.
Pack said she wants to build on Dinsmore's success to further broaden the Charleston office's ability to serve its clients.
Pack received her bachelor's degree from the University of Kentucky in 1998 and her law degree from the University of Kentucky College of Law in 2001. Her focus is in labor and employment litigation, including sexual harassment investigations, unfair labor practices and union representation cases. She has also practiced media and First Amendment law.
Pack also sits on various nonprofit boards, including the West Virginia for Leadership Council on Legal Diversity, the Foundation for Thomas Health Systems, and the Children’s Therapy Clinic.
She graduated from Leadership WV and is also a recipient of the 2012 Generation Next 40 Under 40 award from The State Journal.