Brendan Ashe focuses his practice on a broad range of complex commercial litigation and business matters.
During law school, Brendan served as an extern at the Wisconsin Department of Justice in the Special Litigation & Civil Appeals section where he performed research related to a wide variety of federal constitutional issues, assisted in preparation for oral arguments before the Wisconsin Supreme Court, and drafted briefs filed in the United States Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit and the Wisconsin Court of Appeals. Brendan also worked on behalf of incarcerated individuals throughout Wisconsin while a clinical student with the Frank J. Remington Center at the University of Wisconsin Law School. He served as a member of the Wisconsin Moot Court Board, and was the Senior Managing Editor of the Wisconsin International Law Journal. Additionally, his comment—Quelling the Urge to Go Abroad in Search of Monsters to Destroy: Revising the Neutrality Act of 1794 to Meet the Twenty-First Century Challenge of Privatized Warfare— was published in the 39th edition of the Wisconsin International Law Journal.