New recruits expands the Sackers team
Sacker & Partners LLP, the UK’s specialist leading pension law firm, has recruited Ralph McClelland as assistant and George Smith to the newly created role of pensions legal assistant.
Ralph has recently completed a pupillage at XXIV Old Buildings, London based commercial chancery barristers' chambers, and was snapped up by Sackers on the strength of his solid work in fields ranging from commercial disputes to companies, partnerships and incorporated associations. Ralph also received the Lincoln’s Inn Tancred Studentship for the bar vocational year ending 2004.
George joins Sackers from Oxford Brookes University where he completed his graduate diploma in law following a BA honours degree in classical archaeology and ancient history at Christ Church, University of Oxford.
Senior partner, Ian Pittaway commented: “Ralph and George will be a great asset to Sackers, allowing us to continue to provide existing and potential clients with the first class service they have become accustomed to. This brings the total of new recruits during 2006 to five and reflects the increasing demand for top quality pensions advice to keep up with the ever changing pensions landscape.”
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