Decla Palmer

01159 644136


Decla qualified as a solicitor in 2017 and is currently a solicitor in Paragon Law's Asylum and Human Rights department. Prior to joining Paragon law, Decla graduated from Nottingham Trent University with a First-Class Honours in Law (LLB) and completed the Legal Practice Course at the University of Law and was awarded a distinction. In addition to working at Paragon Law, Decla has experience of working as a caseworker at the Protection of Human Rights in Public Law.



"Thank you very very much from button of my heart for your hard work and all the things you done for me I will not forget. Now I have got Visa (BRP)card and I will start new life. My god(Allah) bless all of you(staff) and your family and give all of you best things. And wish you the best."

Iraqi refugee represented by Decla Palmer in 2021


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