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Paragon Law Continues To Be Ranked In The Top Tiers Of All The Industry Guides

Last week saw the legal publications announce their rankings of the best law firms in the UK. Paragon Law was recognised as the leader in the field of immigration law in all of them:

  1. In their inaugural list of the 200 Best Law Firms in England and Wales The Times newspaper commended Paragon as one of the 11 best immigration law firms and in particular recognising the strength of the firm’s lawyers in specialising in different areas of immigration law. Thalej Vasishta was recognised for his work in corporate immigration law, Kirin Abbas was highlighted for her work with Universities and Mark Lilley-Tams was mentioned for his personal immigration law know-how. We are delighted to be included in this list which is based on peer review of over 20,000 lawyers. The rankings can be viewed here
  2. We also continue to maintain Top Tier status in the Legal 500 publication with particular recognition in our work for acting for both individuals and businesses, “with a particularly strong track record in advising on corporate immigration compliance and on immigration aspects of establishing new businesses in the UK”. In addition to Thalej Vasishta and Mark Lilley-Tams, fellow director Deirdre Sheahan and senior associate Aldijana Hoad are also recognised. The rankings can be viewed here
  3. We also continue to maintain our Band 1 status in the Chambers and Partners. Our ranking can be viewed here

Thal Vasishta said “I am delighted with these rankings particularly as it demonstrates the hard work of the lawyers at Paragon Law, our strength in depth and the individual niche specialisms that the solicitors have within our immigration law practice. What also makes our inclusion special is that we must be the only firm that does not submit profiles or references to the legal directories but still continue to be recognised for our work”.