Ashley Baxter GibsonAssociate

Address

651 East 4th Street
Suite 100
Chattanooga, TN 37403

Phone

423-648-9814
423-648-9869 (fax)

Professional Profile

Ashley Baxter Gibson is an associate in Carr Allison’s Chattanooga, Tennessee office.  She received her BBA, cum laude, in economics with an emphasis in international business from Georgia Southern University after only three years of study.  She then earned her JD from Emory University School of Law (GA).  In law school, Ashley was a member of the Emory National Moot Court Team, a semifinalist at the National First Amendment Moot Court Competition, the deputy prosecutor for the Student Bar Association and volunteer for the Emory Veterans Clinic.

A new resident to Chattanooga, Ashley enjoys exploring the city and especially loves walking the Walnut Street Bridge and biking throughout downtown Chattanooga with her husband and 3-year-old miniature Australian shepherd, Maverick.

Practice Areas

Admitted to Practice

Tennessee

Education

BBA, Georgia Southern University, cum laude

JD, Emory University School of Law (GA)

Affiliations

Chattanooga Bar Association

Southeast Tennessee Lawyers Association for Women

Tennessee Defense Lawyers Association

News Updates About Ashley Baxter Gibson

Chattanooga Office Participates in Marathon

Chattanooga Associates, Jordan Carpenter, Ashley Gibson, Erin Gomez and Grace Van Dyke completed the Erlanger Chattanooga Marathon relay on March 5, 2017.  Each person ran approximately 6.5 miles, and the team crossed the finish line together in less than five hours.  We are proud to work together as a team […]

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Defense Win!

Ashley M. Baxter and Sean W. Martin in the Chattanooga, Tennessee office of Carr Allison, obtained summary judgment in a premises liability case. It was the day after Christmas. After navigating the throngs of like-minded post-holiday deal hunters, the plaintiff made her way through the shopping mall to the defendant’s […]

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Saving Statute Not Always Precluded by Tolling Agreements

Circle C Construction, LLC v. D. Sean Nilsen Et Al., (Tenn. Mar. 7, 2016) The Tennessee Supreme Court sent a clear warning in Circle C. Construction, LLC v. D. Sean Nilsen; craft tolling agreements with clear intentions and even clearer language. The Court decided that absent specific language in a […]

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Dram Shop Case Where Neighbor Shot Minor Survives Summary Judgment

In Tennessee, a Knox County Circuit Court Judge is permitting a wrongful death lawsuit to continue against a sports bar accused of over-serving a teenage customer, Evan Hall, who later crashed into a neighbor’s yard and was shot to death by his neighbor and former classmate Bush. Hall’s parents have […]

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