Ashton Trumbull HamptonAssociate


200 West Forsyth Street
Suite 600
Jacksonville, FL 32202


904.328.6473 (fax)

Professional Profile

Ashton is an associate in Carr Allison’s Jacksonville (FL) office. She is admitted to practice in Florida and focuses her practice on defending matters involving personal injury, premises liability and transportation.

Ashton graduated from Ball State University (IN) with a Bachelors of Art degree in digital video production. She went on to earn her Masters of Art degree and Juris Doctor from University of Florida. While there, she served as vice president for the Intellectual Property and Technology Law Association and vice president of entertainment for the Entertainment and Sports Law Society.

Ashton, a Jacksonville (FL) native, enjoys spending time outdoors and in the water. Her hobbies include amateur photography, traveling, paddle boarding, and snorkeling. She is also developing her skills in scuba diving and freediving.

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BA, Ball State University (IN)

MA, University of Florida

JD, University of Florida Levin College of Law


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