Asher graduated in 2013 from the Washington University in St. Louis School of Law.

While in Missouri, he took coursework in American Indian Law, Natural Resource Law, Media Litigation, and Energy Utility Law. In Socialist Law in Transition, Asher received a CALI award for the highest grade in the class for his paper analyzing the Kyrgyzstan’s constitutional changes in light of it’s goals for domestic and international audiences. He was also a member of the school’s Environmental Clinic in the Fall of 2011.

In his first-year internship, Asher worked as a researcher at the Natural Resource Law Center (now the Getches-Wilkinson Center for Natural Resources, Energy, and the Environment) in Boulder, Colorado, where he investigated water banking in theory and practice in the American West. After his second year, Asher Kohn worked at the Legal Department of the Tulalip Tribes. There, he focused on land use and titling issues and also passed the tribal bar examination. After graduating, he worked for the Law Offices of Michael C. Levy in trusts & estates.

While a student at Washington University, Asher had an exchange semester at Universiteit Utrecht in the Netherlands. While there, he took coursework studying European regulatory regimes.

Asher was lucky enough to take advantage of Washington University’s well-regarded graduate schools in his time in St. Louis. He took courses in Islamic Theology, Extreme Architecture, and Entrepreneurship.