Ashley Menzies


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Ashley Menzies is a litigation associate in O’Melveny’s Los Angeles Office. Her practice focuses on Health Care and White Collar Defense & Corporate Investigations.

Ashley has a dedicated pro bono practice involving immigration matters and homelessness clinical work. Most recently, Ashley helped secure a win for a renowned Mexican-American artist in a legal dispute over his art collection, which holds great historical value in the Chicano Art movement.



Bar Admissions

  • California

Court Admissions

  • US District Court, Central District of California


  • Harvard Law School, J.D.: Articles Editor, Harvard Journal on Racial and Ethnic Justice
  • Stanford University, B.A., Political Science

Professional Activities

  • Associate & Counsel Advisory Committee Member
  • Represented a leading automaker in a nationwide class action involving fraud claims
  • Represented a major pharmaceutical company in a multi-state litigation involving consumer fraud claims 
  • Representing health care organizations in investigation, regulatory, and litigation matters involving the federal False Claims Act, Medicare and Medicaid regulations, and consumer fraud claims
  • Representing client in Federal Tort Claims Act case regarding separation from child at the US border