We are proud of the diversity of both our client base and our team.

Paragon’s success is based on the foundations of integrity, determination, vision and having an unwavering focus on our client’s desired outcome.

All our lawyers are passionate about upholding the rule of law and the proper administration of justice through addressing the issues of injustice, discrimination and disadvantage.

Whilst Paragon Law continues to pursue a path of controlled growth, we are keen to remain true to these principles.  Therefore as a client you will always have one point of contact who will manage your work and, where necessary, put together a team of experts to advise on every problem or issue that may arise. This means you will have one point of contact who will always be up-to-date and fully aware of the status of any elements of the work involved in your case.

It is also our policy to be completely open with our clients about fees and we will always aim to provide at the outset a fixed fee for the work that we will carry out. If the nature of the work means we are unable to fix fees, we will then give you an estimate of the likely costs and keep these under review with you.  For those clients that qualify, we are also able to provide Legal Services Commission funding.

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Updates on the EU settlement Scheme
The Home Office have released a number of updates on this scheme in the last 2 weeks.

Right to Work Checks – New Changes
The Government has released a new Code of Practice on Preventing Illegal Working. 'Right to Work' checks can now be conducted online for certain employees.

Tier 1 (Investor) Visa Suspended, Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) Visas to be Scrapped and Other Proposed Changes
Whilst we still wait for the much anticipated Government Whitepaper on the reforms to the UK Immigration Rules which has no doubt been delayed due to the current Brexit debacle, the Minister of State for Immigration, Caroline Nokes did publish a written s