Private Practice

Pensions Regulatory Lawyer

Pensions Regulatory Lawyer

  • About the team: We are looking for a junior Pensions Regulatory Lawyer to join our exemplary Pensions team, which is consistently ranked in the top tier by both the Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners.
  • About the role: You'll provide advice and support on complex pensions regulatory matters to both public and private sector clients.
  • Looking for: Although you may not have pensions regulatory experience, you should have a genuine interest to progress in this area.
  • Opportunities: This role may suit flexible working, so we will consider applications from candidates who are looking for a part-time opportunity.
  • And more: The team advises on pensions regulatory schemes of all sizes and clients include Silentnight, Great Lakes and Brunel.

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