Burnside Law came a long way over the last 10 years. Beginning in Portsmouth, Ohio, our practice has expanded within the tri-state region. Recently, we opened a new permanent location in Ashland to better serve our clients. With this new home in Ashland, we look forward to serving the Underdog for years to come.
Recognized on the National Register of Historic Places, the Ashland office was originally built as the First Christian Church of Ashland in 1890. Female architect, Laura White, designed this structure during a period of economic growth. Female architects at the time were unheard of, however, out of the 118 architects in Kentucky, Laura was one of two females by 1900. Laura was considered to be “the faithful architect” by the Ashland church group.
Laura’s passionate work resulted in a beautiful church which now serves as Burnside Law’s Ashland home. Just like our Portsmouth office, this new location is a renovated church where it will serve as a mock courtroom so that our attorneys can prepare for cases set for trial.
While we are fighting for the Underdog, we are striving to make several upgrades to our new home. So far, we are excited to share the following updates with you:
- Conference table
- Courtroom furniture
- Sign in front of the office
- Church pews from the appropriate era
We are thrilled with the progress of our new home and we look forward to sharing more updates with you. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for more updates and to see what else we are up to. We are looking forward to seeing what’s next for our Ashland home in 2020 and beyond.
At Burnside Law, we fight like the Underdog to win like the favorite.