Asia's experience includes including wage/hour disputes, non-compete and non-solicitation agreements, employment and independent contractor contracts, alternative dispute resolution, plant closings and mass layoffs and discrimination and retaliation suits brought pursuant to federal and state employment laws. She also serves as a grievance hearing officer for the resolution of labor disputes.
Asia is a board member of the Ben F. Jones Chapter of the National Bar Association. She sits on FordHarrison's Diversity and Inclusion Committee. She is also an active member of the National Employment Law Council, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., MPACT Memphis, and the Junior League of Memphis.
During law school, Asia acquired both in-house and firm experience, including participation in the Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. Legal Internship Program, and summer associate positions at both litigation and corporate firms. Additionally, Asia was a member of the Board of Advocates, the Black Law Students Association, and Phi Delta Phi International Legal Fraternity. Asia competed on the Frederick Douglass Moot Court Traveling Team and served in the capacity as President of the University of Arkansas chapter of the Black Law Students Association. She also served as Research Assistant for a 2008 article published in the Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law entitled, "Trade, Empires, and Subjects--China-Africa Trade: A New Fair Trade Arrangement, or the Third Scramble for Africa?"
- Assisted in a successful union election for national restaurateur.
- Represented client in case alleging state and federal age and disability discrimination claims before the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, receiving affirmation of summary judgment motion received at the district court level.
- Assisted in the successful litigation of a seven-day federal jury trial in which a former county government employee filed suit against county government client, and eight other persons in their individual capacities alleging to have been terminated in violation of Title VII, § 1983, § 1981, 1st Amendment, and 4th Amendment. Jury returned for client on all allegations.
- Obtained affirmation of summary judgment at appellate level related to novel issue concerning state summary judgment standard and its application to federal summary judgment jurisprudence.
- "Expansion of Employer Liability Under the Cat's Paw Theory," Labor & Employment Times, NBA-Labor and Employment Law Section, 2011
- "Congress Expands ADA Coverage," Committee News – Employment Law & Litigation, ABA Newsletter, 2/1/2009