Ashley Martin

Ashley Martin is a member of the Class of 2012 at the Indiana University Maurer School of Law. In May 2009, Ashley received a Bachelors of Arts degree in Political Science and Spanish with minors in West European Studies and Management from Indiana University-Bloomington.

In her capacity as the Chair of the Court's Internal Affairs Committee, she recently initiated a project designed to preserve and celebrate the history of the Student Body Supreme Court. Ultimately, she plans to compile a synthesized version of the project for publication on the Court's website, where it will be readily accessible to all Indiana University students, faculty, and alumni.

During her time as an undergraduate, Ashley was a member of the Theta Beta Chapter of Chi Omega Women's Fraternity, through which she participated in multiple philanthropic events supporting the Make-A-Wish Foundation. During her freshman year, she was the Chair of the McNutt Residence Hall Judicial Board. As a member of Indiana University's 2007 Washington Leadership Program, Ashley interned for the White House Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives. In conjunction with her Spanish studies, she studied in Barcelona, Spain during the spring of 2008.

Originally from Fishers, Indiana, Ashley graduated from Hamilton Southeastern High Schol with Honors in May of 2005. Throughout high school, she participated in numerous civic education programs and actively promoted increased civic education in public schools. Ashley was the captain of the mock trial team, a member of the 2005 National Top Ten We The People Team, as well as Chief Justice of the YMCA Youth and Government Supreme Court.

Ashley is enjoying her law school experience. She is looking forward to the next three years in Bloomington and the continued opportunity to represent the voices and opinions of students in the Indiana University judicial system.

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