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John W. Ashley, Attorney at Law

John Ashley has a law practice in Allentown (PA)
(610)433-0121
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Lawyer has extensive experience representing clients in Administrative Law, Constitutional Law & Civil Rights, Insurance Litigation, Labor & Employment Law, Personal Injury, Real Estate Law, Workers Compensation matters.
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33 South Seventh Street Allentown, PA 18105
Phone: (610)433-0121, Fax: (610)434-8440   Map It
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Practice Area
Administrative Law
Constitutional Law & Civil Rights
Insurance Litigation
Labor & Employment Law
Personal Injury
Real Estate Law: Zoning Regulations, Land Use
Workers Compensation
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Qualification & Experience
Bar Admissions
  • Pennsylvania (PA) 1980
Professional Organizations and Memberships
  • American Bar Association
  • Lehigh County Bar Association
  • Pennsylvania Bar Association
Education

Degree:J.D.
School:University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh
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Year:1980

Degree:B.S.
School:University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh
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Year:1977
Languages
English
Territory of Practice

Pennsylvania

Lehigh: Allentown

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