Ringrose Law is delighted to announce the recent appointment of Carrie Clewes, Specialist Equality & Disability Rights Lawyer and also Head of the firm’s new Equality & Discrimination Department.

Carrie Clewes Ringrose LawDiscrimination can take place in many forms including disability, race, religion or belief, age, gender reassignment, pregnancy and maternity, marriage and civil partnership, sex and sexual orientation under the Equality Act 2010.

Carrie, who has worked in Discrimination Law for over 4 years, will be acting for clients who have suffered discrimination at the hands of service providers in shops and venues, by Local Authorities, healthcare providers, railways, Universities and more.

Carrie has acted against private companies and public bodies alike and is committed to making positive change to accessibility and inclusion across the board, as well as supporting clients to receive compensation.

Carrie has worked on a wide variety of discrimination cases including discrimination due to disability, sex, pregnancy, gender reassignment, race and age.

Examples of her previous work include representing clients with claims against Centre Parcs and Southern Rail and Carrie was instrumental in the campaign against the Government during COVID-19 when failing to provide sign language interpreters during key national announcements delivered by Boris Johnson.

Carrie is delighted to join the team at Ringrose Law and believes this area of Law will only grow as people become more aware that they can get support and help

“Since I started working in Law over 10 years ago, it has been really interesting to see how organisations respond to claims and the positive change it can make. I am extremely passionate about the work I do and representing clients who may otherwise not have a voice to get help.

I am excited to join Ringrose Law, who have a great ethos around supporting their clients but also their staff wellbeing and engagement. I look forward to promoting my work within the firm but also to clients locally and nationally.”

Carrie also works closely with a number of disability rights Charities including Doncaster Deaf Trust, Enable Unity and DeafBlind implementing and assisting with change and support.

John Knight, Senior Partner comments;

“We are delighted to welcome Carrie to the firm and the formation of our new Discrimination & Equality Department. We believe that the work Carrie does fits extremely well within our firm, promoting change, compassion and support to our clients.

Her appointment also compliments the work that Ringrose Law already do to assist vulnerable clients and brings insight and awareness into a new area of law.”

For more information on Carrie and our services please visit https://www.ringroselaw.co.uk/personal-law/discrimination/ or contact

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