George Hanvere

Trainee Solicitor

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DD: 01159 644119

George graduated from Nottingham Trent University with a 1st LLB Honours in Law in 2019. He recently began his Legal Practice Course with a Masters in Law at Nottingham Trent University.

In July 2019, George commenced a summer internship at Paragon Law covering a range of roles within the firm. Following a successful period as an intern, Paragon Law offered George a full time position as a Senior Caseworker in the Immigration team. As of September 2021, George is a Trainee Solicitor at Paragon Law.

George is also part of the team that advises clients via the firm’s free EU settlement telephone helpline as part of our partnership with Here for Good.

 

Testimonials 

'My family has arrived on Sunday safely.

It was very emotion to see my mother after about 10 years and little brother for the first time! I have no words to describe this feeling right now.

I just want to thank to the company (Paragon Law) for helping, working and sacrificing for me to reunite with my lovely family. And all to those lawyers who gave everything to make this happen.

Right now, I will leave with my huge appreciation but one day soon I will find a words to thank you for your amazing work.

Thank you very very much' 

Immigration Client of George Hanvere 2021 (Family Reunion Application) 

 

 

 

 

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