Ashleigh C. Bennett


Phone: 904-737-4600, Ext. 168

Fax: 904-254-4409

8818 Goodby's Executive Drive, Suite 100, Jacksonville, FL 32217

Ashleigh Bennett is a litigation associate with Ansbacher Law. Her practice focuses on complex commercial litigation matters, including contract disputes, construction defect litigation, insurance coverage, partnership and shareholder disputes, and real property litigation. Ms. Bennett represents clients in state and federal court actions, as well as arbitrates matters before the American Arbitration Association (AAA). Her clients include businesses, homeowners, condominium associations, general contractors, and builders. Ms. Bennett also has experience in construction lien disputes, business transactions, shareholder derivative actions, and providing general counsel services with respect to compliance with laws and regulations.

Ms. Bennett earned her law degree from Vanderbilt University Law School (J.D., 2019), where she also completed a certificate program in business law. While at Vanderbilt, Ms. Bennett was awarded the Lightfoot Franklin & White Best Oralist Award.

During law school, she was a summer law clerk with Ansbacher Law. Ms. Bennett also served as a student attorney in the Vanderbilt Community Enterprise Clinic. In that role, she advised small businesses on entity formation, governance, and federal income tax issues.

Prior to law school, Ms. Bennett worked at a boutique law firm where she handled real estate closings and assisted with related business law matters.

Ms. Bennett completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Florida (B.S., magna cum laude, 2014), where she majored in psychology.

Professional & Community Involvement
  • The Florida Bar
    • Member, August 2019 – present
    • Member, Young Lawyers Section, August 2019 – present
    • Member, Real Property, Probate, and Trust Law Section, May 2020 – present
  • Jacksonville Bar Association
    • Member, October 2019 – present
  • Florida Justice Association
    • Member, October 2019 – present
Publications & Presentations
  • Robert S. Reder & Ashleigh C. Bennett, Delaware Supreme Court Rejects Bright-Line Test for Determining Satisfaction of MFW’s “Ab Initio” Requirement in Controlling Stockholder Litigation, 72 VAND. L. REV. EN BANC 237(2019)
  • Robert S. Reder & Ashleigh C. Bennett, Chancery Court Analyzes MFW’s “Ab Initio” Requirement in Controlling Stockholder Litigation, 72 VAND. L. REV. EN BANC 117 (2019).

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