NQ Pensions Solicitor
A role has arisen for a newly qualified Pensions Solicitor to join the team of a leading international law firm's Dublin office.
The work is hugely varied advising trustees of some very large and household named pension schemes, as well as the largest corporate organisations on their pension arrangements. The work involves advising on trust law, commercial terms, contract law, trustee governance, investments, corporate law, and corporate support work.
The team pride themselves as being a busy, high performing, and cohesive. At the same time, they have a modern approach to work and are active advocates of the flexible working policy.
In turn, they are looking for an ambitious Junior Pensions Solicitor or someone interested in qualifying into a leading pensions Team. Along with excellent communication skills, they seek candidates with excellent academics, and a good grounding in trust law, commercial law and/or corporate law, a willingness to learn and develop commercial awareness, good social skills, and plenty of drive and enthusiasm.
You will handle your own matters (with supervision) and assist the Partners and Senior Associates on more complex matters. You can expect to have good client contact and to play a significant role in working for clients that are key to the Team.
This firm has a strong reputation for providing solicitors with early levels of responsibility within a supportive, stretching environment. At this stage in your career, the team will take a genuine interest and support you with your development, therefore, offering excellent career prospects.
The pensions department act for a wide variety client including multinationals and well-known PLCs as well as charities and public sector bodies. Work includes restructuring advice, funding issues, the closing of schemes, TUPE, and corporate support.
Morgan McKinley is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.
Please note that any references to salary or pay rates in this advertisement and in the salary refinement section are indicative only and should only be used as a guide.