Julia Crellin

Senior Caseworker
01159 644109
juliac@paragonlaw.co.uk
www.linkedin.com/company/paragon-law-ltd/

OVERVIEW

Julia is a multi-lingual senior caseworker in our Asylum and Human Rights department, helping clients in a range of services from initial consultations to the completion of applications.

 

Prior to joining Paragon Law in 2020, Julia graduated from the University of Cambridge with a degree in Russian and Spanish. However, Julia’s passion for human rights and justice led to her completing a Graduate Diploma in Law and pursuing a career in the legal sector with her sights set on qualifying as a solicitor. Alongside employment commitments, Julia has volunteered at Bail for Immigration Detainees as well as the British Red Cross Refugee Services.

 

WHY SPEAK WITH JULIA?

  • Goes above and beyond: Julia is passionate about human rights and refugee law, meaning that she gets truly involved with her work and is always willing to spend extra time working if that means her cases have an increased chance of success.
  • Communication is a priority: With Julia being a linguist at heart it may be expected that communication is a strength of hers. Nonetheless, Julia always makes that additional effort to contact clients throughout their case to ensure that they are always in the know. 

 

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