Post oak law pc


Passion. Experience. Determination.


Life can be unpredictable.  In middle school, I decided I wanted to teach orchestra.  I went to undergrad at a small university in Iowa and majored in music education. After graduation, I moved to Kansas to teach orchestra and I absolutely loved it. After my fourth year of teaching, my position was eliminated due to state budget cuts. Heartbroken, I stumbled upon a job at a personal injury law firm and was molded into a paralegal.  

I soon discovered that insurance isn't as cut and dry as the insurance companies would like you to believe, and the average person needs help to obtain the benefits they deserve and are entitled to.  I also discovered that I loved the work: I was still teaching, just a different subject. 


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Fall 2018

Fall 2018


Ashley Leavitt

Ashley was born and raised in Boone, Iowa. She attended Graceland University and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree. She then attended The University of Tulsa College of Law and was named the Student Ambassador of the Year her 3L year. Upon graduation, she received the Order of Barristers in recognition for her involvement with the Board of Advocates, an Elite Eight finish with the National Native American Law Student Association (NNALSA) Moot Court Team, and was recognized for her Pro Bono work throughout the duration of her studies.

Ashley passed the Oklahoma Bar Exam and was admitted to practice law in Oklahoma in 2016. She is also admitted to practice in the Northern District of Oklahoma and the Eastern District of Oklahoma. She resides in Skiatook with her husband and son and their dogs, cats, and chickens.



Juris Doctor, 2016

B.A., Music Education, 2007

Activities & Affiliations

•Oklahoma Association for Justice, Member
•Women in Law, Committee Member

Bar Admissions

• Oklahoma