Meet The Team Ashtyne Cole
Ashtyne Cole is an attorney at Brooks Injury Law, primarily focusing on cases involving motor vehicle accidents, negligent security and premises liability. Prior to joining the firm, Ashtyne worked for a large Plaintiff's firm handling toxic exposure cases. She represented clients who developed mesothelioma and lung cancer as a result of exposure to asbestos and was involved in litigation against large corporations such as Johnson & Johnson. During law school, she clerked for two Plaintiff's firms in Alabama and served as a Congressional Intern for United States Representative Marth Roby in Washington, D.C.
Ashtyne earned her Bachelor of Arts with honors in Journalism with a minor in Political Science from Auburn University in 2015. During her undergraduate years, Ashtyne was selected to multiple national academic honor organizations, was a member and served in leadership roles within the Delta Delta Delta Sorority and was an editor of The Auburn Plainsman, the official university newspaper.
She received her Juris Doctor from Samford University's Cumberland School of Law in 2018. During law school, Ashtyne served as an Honor Court Justice, Vice President of the Phi Alpha Delta Honor Society and served on the Trial Advocacy Board. Ashtyne was selected to the Dean's List, all-semester and was selected as the Merit Scholar for her Real Estate Transactions class. She was also a member of Cumberland's nationally ranked Mediation Team, in which she was a finalist in the 2017 Cumberland Mediation Competition.
Ashtyne is licensed in Alabama and is pending admission in Georgia. She is a member of the Alabama State Bar, Young Lawyers Section and is a volunteer with the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association. As a Montgomery, Alabama native, she was raised as a devoted Auburn fan and continues to regularly attend Auburn football games at her alma mater. In her spare time, Ashtyne enjoys baking, reading a good book, attending Orangetheory fitness classes, and playing with her goldendoodle, Khaki. She also has a love for travel, which she does frequently, with trips to Alabama to spend time with family, to California to visit friends and her boyfriend, Grant, who is also an attorney, and every state in between. She finds it important to give back to the community, and is a regular volunteer with the Georgia Food Bank, MoveOn Atlanta, Atlanta Humane Societies and the Pajama Program, where she reads to young children.