Marlon is a trainee paralegal with Ashton Ross Law and has a keen interest in Immigration, Family and Housing Disrepair.
Marlon holds a Bachelor of Law Degree (L.L.B) from St Marys University, Twickenham and is currently undertaking a Legal Practice Course (L.P.C.) at BPP Law School.
Prior to joining the firm, Marlon assisted various people from the Latin American Community by helping them liaise with landlords, solicitors and other agencies on a pro-bono basis.
Marlon wanted to undertake a career in law because of the injustices he and his family have suffered since their arrival in the UK. He has experienced first-hand how a legal representative can make or break someone’s life. Marlon’s goal is to build a solid and trustworthy relationship with the Latin American Community and wants every individual to know they have a voice regardless of their legal status.
Marlon has an interest in football and participates in the Latin American Saturday league. He was integrated into his family football team at the age of 15 and continues to represent his family team to date. His family team has been participating in the Latin American football league since 2000.
Marlon speaks and writes fluent English and Spanish.