Ashley WatsonAssociate


305 South Gadsden Street
Tallahassee, FL 32301


850.222.8475 (fax)

Professional Profile

Ashley is an associate in Carr Allison’s Tallahassee (FL) office. She is admitted to practice in Florida and focuses her practice on defending matters involving transportation, personal injury, premises liability and retail & hospitality.

Ashley graduated cum laude from Auburn University (AL) with a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy. She went on to earn her Juris Doctor from Florida State University College of Law. While there, she was a member of the Women’s Law Symposium and Environmental Law Society. She also volunteered with the Legal Services of North Florida.

Ashley grew up in an Air Force Family and lived in six states prior to her high school graduation. She now calls Florida home and enjoys volunteering, powerlifting, watching Auburn football and spending time with her friends, family and dog.

Practice Areas

Admitted to Practice



BA, Auburn University (AL), cum laude

JD, Florida State University College of Law


Tallahassee Bar Association

Tallahassee Women Lawyers


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