Rebecca Kogan

Senior Caseworker
01159 644140



Rebecca is a senior caseworker in Paragon Law’s Asylum and Human Rights team. Rebecca is able to advise individuals throughout the legal process, be that having initial consultations or filing an application.

Rebecca joined Paragon Law in 2019, however, prior to this she graduated from the University of Leeds with a degree in History and Philosophy of Science and worked in the non-profit sector. During her work in the non-profit sector, Rebecca worked with destitute migrants; primarily refused asylum seekers and newly recognised refugees. 



  • Works to a deadline: the nature of asylum cases means that applications need to be dealt with in a timely manner. This is something which Rebecca is familiar with after working closely with individuals who have been refused in the process, and so, always ensures that she delivers effective and efficient immigration advice.
  • Interpersonal skills: Rebecca’s work in the non-profit sector, specifically in relation to migrants, asylum seekers, and refugees has enabled her to understand the wide range of problems and barriers in which these individuals may encounter. In doing so, Rebecca is able to empathise and show real compassion to all of her clients. 


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