Ashley Paige Fetyko
Ashley Paige Fetyko
Senior Counsel

Ashley Paige Fetyko is Senior Counsel – Director of Client Relations and Education. Ms. Fetyko is based in the San Diego office, but her practice takes her to all of the firm’s offices. Her practice focuses on education and development of Tyson & Mendes attorneys, business development, and client relations. Ms. Fetyko directs and assists the firm’s efforts in these areas through ongoing training for attorneys within the firm and beyond, as well as for claims professionals and others in the field. She also oversees the development of legal content for the firm’s marketing and education programs.

Prior to joining Tyson & Mendes, Ms. Fetyko was a prosecutor across the state of Colorado, serving as both a deputy district attorney and as Chief Trial Deputy District Attorney. She has extensive trial experience after serving as first chair in over 80 jury trials in all manner of criminal offenses, including high-profile murder, sexual assault, and crimes against children cases. She has developed trial advocacy training programs and methodology as well as mentorship programs in multiple District Attorneys’ offices and served as a presenter at conferences and trainings for prosecutors and law enforcement alike (including agents with the FBI and CBI). Before becoming a prosecutor, Ms. Fetyko was a litigator for a national employment defense firm, representing employers at all stages of litigation, including in mediation, and securing settlements before agencies such as the EEOC and CRD. Ms. Fetyko is a member of the Colorado Bar Association, the Colorado Women’s Bar Association (on the Judicial Committee and as a Mentor in the CWBA LIFT! Mentorship Program), Denver MAMAS (Mother Attorneys Mentoring Association), the Weld County Bar Association, and serves on the Board of Governors for The Arc of Weld County. She also coaches high school mock trial. Ms. Fetyko is passionate about advancing women in the law, and about mentorship and support for fellow mothers in the law.

Ms. Fetyko received her juris doctorate from Southwestern Law School, where she was selected as a member of the Trial Advocacy Honors Program, competing in and winning national mock trial competitions. She also served on the Board of Governors of the Honors Program, was an editor of the Biederman Entertainment Law Journal, and served on the Board of Governors for the Women’s Law Association. Ms. Fetyko received her Bachelor of Arts from Emerson College, graduating with awards and honors in writing and political communication.

Outside of work, Ms. Fetyko can be found relishing time with her husband and two young children, attending live music and theatre, camping, hiking, and rewatching The Office for the eight hundredth time.