Elliott Dipper

Senior Caseworker
01159 644141


Elliott joined Paragon Law in 2019 as a Senior Caseworker in the Private Immigration team. Prior to joining Paragon, Elliott graduated with a First-Class honour degree from Nottingham Trent University. During his time at Paragon Law, he has supported vulnerable individuals with pro bono assistance alongside Here for Good. Elliott specialises in applications for victims of domestic violence, EU Settlement Scheme and article 8 applications. Elliott intends in the future to continue to assist individuals in their personal immigration matters specialising in Domestic Violence applications and EU law. He plans on completing the SQE with the ultimate aim of becoming a fully qualified Solicitor.  



  • Domestic violence applications.
  • EU Settlement scheme applications.
  • Advising individuals on immigration law and guiding through clients from initial consultation through to the conclusion.



  • Meeting Deadlines - Given the nature of his work, Elliott understands the importance of meeting strict deadlines and has demonstrated continued dedication to provide clear, concise legal advice.
  • Client orientated – Throughout his work he ensures clients are kept updated during the application process and breaks down the legal jargon to allow for maximum understanding.  



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