Dallas Association of Young Lawyers Re-Elects Ashley Withers to Board of Directors

Dallas staff attorney Ashley Withers has been elected to serve a third term on the Board of Directors of the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers (DAYL). With the election of Ashley and nine other women attorneys, 2019 marks the first time that members have elected an all-female Board of Directors.

Comprising about 3,000 attorneys, the DAYL is the only bar organization in Dallas dedicated solely to the needs of young lawyers and the community service projects that they find meaningful. By volunteering their time and skills to host around 150 projects every year, DAYL members make and benefit from countless contributions to their profession and their community.

As a Director, Ashley will meet with fellow board members to take part in strategic planning and decision-making for the DAYL.

Meet Ashley

Ashley P. Withers focuses her practice on tax planning for complex corporate, partnership, family, and inter-generational transactions as well as tax controversy matters including IRS audits and appeals. Her experience includes structuring Qualified Opportunity Zone transactions, stock and asset transfers, ensuring 1099 and W-2 reporting compliance, and analyzing the taxability of litigation settlements. Prior to focusing her practice on tax, Ashley was a research attorney at Jackson Walker. In addition to serving as Director of the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers, Ashley has been involved in the Mentoring Circles of the DAYL and Dallas Women Lawyers Association.


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