Carrie qualified as a Solicitor in 2013. She provides direct support to clients as well as supporting teams within Ashtons Legal on transactional work. Carrie deals with both contentious and non-contentious matters and can advise on a broad range of employment matters.
Carrie March advised a Cambridge college on religious discrimination allegations. - Legal 500
"Thank you again, I don’t think we would have been able to do it without your help. We will always be grateful to you." - Ashtons Legal client
“...Working with Carrie was very easy, she was very clear about what needed to be done and why, and in the end we got the required result. I will definitely keep you in mind for the future.." - Ashtons Legal client
"I would like to thank you for both the advice and support offered over this difficult time. I would certainly have no hesitation in recommending your services." - Ashtons Legal client
"Carrie was very professional and thorough. She provided me with valuable advice, suggestions, recommendations, support and also communicated very effectively with the opposing solicitors. She increased my understanding of employment law, built my confidence and was able to conclude my case with a very unexpected and successful outcome." - Ashtons Legal client
"Highly professional service. I was under time pressure to sign an agreement and this was handled quickly, including dealing with issues from the other party. The solicitors and legal secretaries I was in touch with were extremely understanding and helpful in solving these issues." - Ashtons Legal client
By Carrie March
Accurate calculations of the National Minimum Wage continue to cause headaches for employers, with an employment tribunal acknowledging the complexity, saying there is no single key to unlock every case.Recently, unintentiona...
By Carrie March
As the countdown to the festive season gets underway, employers juggling the pre-Christmas workload need to ensure workers are enabled to take their rest breaks. The warning comes after an employer was found to have failed to...