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Ashley Peck Becomes President of Women Lawyers of Utah

Ashley Peck, an environmental compliance and litigation partner in Holland & Hart’s Salt Lake City office, moved into her role as the 2019-2020 President of the Women Lawyers of Utah (WLU) at its annual meeting held on May 14. Peck was previously elected President-Elect in 2018. Established in 1981, the WLU advocates for the advancement and retention of women lawyers in the State of Utah and for the interests of women in Utah generally by providing educational, professional development, networking events, and a community of support for its members. Peck has been a member of WLU since 2011 and served on the Board since 2013.

“I am honored to serve the members of the Women Lawyers of Utah as President,” said Peck, “WLU is an amazing and time-honored organization that provides valuable programs and opportunities to Utah’s women lawyers and implements projects that benefit our Utah communities.”

In her legal practice, Ashley provides strategic counsel to clients ranging from Fortune 100 companies to municipalities and special service districts on complex environmental compliance, litigation and enforcement issues, with an emphasis on water quality, contaminated sites and waste issues. She is actively involved in the ABA Environment, Energy, and Resources Section, Utah State Bar Energy, Natural Resources, and Environmental Law Section, serves as a board member of the Wasatch Community Gardens, and is also a member of several other associations and organizations in Utah.


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