Asha Sharma takes the time to get to know her clients. Understanding her clients is key to winning their cases. She treats her clients with respect and compassion and fights hard to win their cases.
Asha’s more than 30 years of experience as a lawyer help her to be an effective advocate for her clients. She has been an attorney since 1991 and has practiced Social Security Disability law since 2005. She has handled hundreds of Social Security Disability hearings.
Asha has had a wide range of experience in the law. For ten years, she worked for the Minnesota Department of Human Services in disability health, children’s mental health, and other areas. She was an Adjunct Professor at the William Mitchell School of Law from 2004 to 2006. Her volunteer activities include volunteer mediation at Ramsey County and work with Minnesota Attorneys for Human Rights where she helped international refugees seeking asylum status.
Asha graduated with honors from the University of Minnesota Law School, where she was an editor at the prestigious Minnesota Law Review. Upon graduation, she clerked for the Minnesota 3rd District Court (Rochester, MN) and later at the Minnesota Court of Appeals for Judge Edward Parker. She has completed training in mediation services.
Asha is a lifelong Midwesterner: she was born and raised in Wisconsin and has lived in Minnesota for more than 20 years. She enjoys time with her family, especially spoiling her nieces, nephews, and grandkids.