Whether lobbying or providing legal counsel, Perkinson Law Firm’s long-lasting attorney-client relationships are rooted in open communication, true team mentality and a sincere commitment to advancing each client’s mission. The firm provides services in the areas of government relations and nonprofit consulting.

With an outcome-oriented mindset, Perkinson Law Firm uses a customized approach to define goals, implement an efficient work strategy and create solutions.

Ashley was recognized by North State Journal in 2021 as one of North Carolina’s top 25 lobbyists.

Ashley Matlock Perkinson

Attorney At Law

  • Duke Nonprofit Management Certificate, 2010
  • Education Policy Fellowship Program (EPFP), 2007
  • Juris Doctor, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, School of Law, May 2001
  • Bachelor of Arts, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, School of Journalism and Mass Communication, May 1998

Ashley Perkinson brings enthusiasm, experience, and a common sense approach to the services her firm provides in the areas government relations and nonprofit consulting.

As a solo practitioner, Ashley has the flexibility and freedom to work closely with individual clients to develop creative solutions to advance their cause. She enjoys helping people, nonprofit organizations, and businesses achieve their goals, and she firmly believes that trust and communication are the two most important factors in attorney-client relations.

Ashley has practiced as an attorney in North Carolina since 2001. Her legal experience includes work at Everett, Gaskins, Hancock, & Stevens, LLP in Raleigh and Kilpatrick Stockton, LLP in Winston-Salem.

Ashley enjoys volunteering in the Raleigh community and currently serves on the Board of Trustees of the North Carolina Symphony and Board of Directors of the Governor’s School Foundation, Cary Academy, and North Carolina Professional Lobbyist Association. She is also the former secretary of the Wake County Bar Association, former President of the Phi Beta Kappa Society of Wake County, and former board member of SAFEChild.