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Pensions Lawyer (2+ PQE)

Pensions Lawyer (2+ PQE)

  • Burges Salmon are currently seeking a Pensions Lawyer (2+ years' PQE) to join our team in Bristol
  • The team provides advice to both public and private sector clients on all aspects of pensions law
  • The team advises over 700 schemes, including AT&T, Babcock, Chanel, Crest Nicholson, FirstGroup and Great Lakes
  • We are looking for an excellent academic record and evidence of 'hands-on' pensions experience
  • You should be a strong team player and be able to manage a complex and varied workload effectively

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