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The latest news and views from Paragon Law.

The transfer window: what does this mean for immigration?

The transfer window: what does this mean for immigration?

11 Jan 22 - As you may be aware, the transfer window opened on 2 January 2022. This is the second year in which UK football clubs have had to adhere to the new immigration rules following Brexit.

 
Climate Change and Refugee Law: Introducing Irene Sacchetti

Climate Change and Refugee Law: Introducing Irene Sacchetti

5 Jan 22 - To investigate the relationship between climate change and refugee law further, in a collaboration with Nottingham Trent University we are co-funding a PhD student to explore this topic

 
Here For Good: Overcoming the divisions of Brexit

Here For Good: Overcoming the divisions of Brexit

24 Nov 21 - With the help of Bindmans LLP, Here For Good was established in 2017, with the aim of providing free immigration advice to EU, EEA and Swiss citizens who would not be able to access it otherwise.

 
World Event for Young Artists 2012

World Event for Young Artists 2012

8 Nov 21 - As part of the Cultural Olympiad programme, in the September of 2012, Nottingham hosted the World Event for Young Artists event.

 
Highly skilled migration and the promotion of entrepreneurship in the UK

Highly skilled migration and the promotion of entrepreneurship in the UK

20 Oct 21 - In 2012, we embarked on our first co-funded PhD with Loughborough University to explore the UK’s entrepreneurial landscape.

 
Paragon Law: Always going the extra mile (or six)

Paragon Law: Always going the extra mile (or six)

11 Oct 21 - On Saturday 18th September, ten of our employees embarked on what they thought was going to be an 18-mile walk. Unbeknownst to them the walk turned out to be 24-miles and instead of 8 hours it took 11.