Born in Claxton, Georgia and raised in Jesup, Georgia, Ms. Odom completed her undergraduate studies at The University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science in 2004.
After nearly a decade meeting the exacting demands of corporate executives while planning conferences, meetings, and trade shows, calming the nerves of anxious brides, and guiding countless travelers throughout her beloved South, Ashley translated this mastery of facilitation into legal practice.
Ms. Odom returned to the Coast to become a member of the founding class of Savannah Law School. While in law school, Ms. Odom participated in Moot Court Honors Board, as well as serving on the editorial board of Savannah Law Review. Ashley received academic honors in the areas of Property Law and Immigration Law. Ms. Odom’s most prized award was for dedicating her time to pro bono services in our community.
Ms. Odom is a member of the State Bar of Georgia, the Savannah Bar Association, and the Young Lawyers Division of the Savannah Bar Association.
Whether assisting a small-business owner in defending a complex civil dispute, representing clients who have been injured, or mediating a contested domestic case, Ms. Odom is a facilitator. She brings nearly a decade of experience in event-planning and management as well as a robust understanding of the sales and marketing industry.
Personal service and meaningful interaction with her clients drives Ashley’s passion to serve people and provide them with access to quality client-focused legal counsel.
In fact, Ms. Odom loves the law so much that she married a lawyer. The two, along with their daughter and two dogs, live here in Savannah under the live oaks, as close to the salt water as possible.