Ashley J. Beth holds a B.S.B.A degree in Sports Management from Saint Louis University (SLU) in St. Louis, MO. She is a J.D. candidate at Loyola University Chicago School of Law.
During her time at SLU, she volunteered with various youth organizations, worked as an intern for a sports investment group and joined the Nomos team as an intern, giving her experience in all levels of athletics from elementary school to professional. Additionally, she dedicated her time to the SLU Sports Business Association (SBA), where she served as Vice President and represented the Sports Business program as a member of the Dean’s Student Advisory Board of Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business.
After being a crucial part of the 2017-2018 Nomos Intern Program, she joined the Nomos team as Executive Coordinator/Intern Program Director. In 2019, she continued to be an integral part of the Nomos team while pursuing a J.D. degree at Loyola. Ashley intends to dedicate her career to assisting individuals in their athletic and personal aspirations.
During her first year at Loyola, she served as a 1L representative for both the Student Bar Association and Sports and Entertainment Law Society (SELS). She is currently the Vice President of the SELS, an editor for The Loyola Journal of Law & Public Policy, and an editor for The LUC Journal of Regulatory Compliance. Her blog posts for the Journal of Regulatory Compliance primarily focus on sports law and policy.