News, Case Studies & Articles

The latest news and views from Paragon Law.


Deportation Cases – Poor Home Office Decision Making and The Importance of Being Ernest

9 Jan 20 - On the 31st December 2019, the House of Commons library published its briefing paper into the deportation of foreign national offenders . The report provides a useful overview of the law relating to deportation and how it has evolved over time.


Migration Observatory report reveals long delays for asylum seekers

21 Nov 19 - Data released last week by the Migration Observatory suggests that decisions on asylum applications are taking "substantially" longer than they were five years ago.


Right to Rent - a risky business for Landlords to assume anything

6 Nov 19 - Brexit may still dominate the news agenda but there is other controversial legislation out there which impacts many landlords across the UK, it is called, ‘Right To Rent’.


Paragon Law takes Legal 500 Top Tier...Again!

28 Oct 19 - Nottingham-based Immigration Law specialist Paragon Law has again been recognised as a Tier 1 firm by industry bible The Legal 500 once again.


Graduate Immigration Route (Working After Studies) - Clarification

21 Oct 19 - On 11 September 2019, the UK Government announced the creation of a new immigration route which will enable international students to remain in the UK for two years after they have completed their studies. The Government have given further clarification.


Paragon Law's Asylum and Human Rights expert Deirdre Sheahan to speak at The Supreme Court in London

25 Sep 19 - Deirdre Sheahan, Director of Nottingham-based Paragon Law's Asylum and Human Rights team, will be speaking as part of a distinguished panel of experts on Human Rights and Corporate Law at The Supreme Court in London this October.