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Junior Pensions Litigators’ Drinks

Wednesday 17 July 2019
6.30pm
CloudM, 7th Floor, citizenM Tower of London, 40 Trinity Square, London EC3N 4DJ,

The junior pensions team at Wilberforce Chambers is hosting an inaugural summer drinks party. The event is intended to be a forum for junior pensions litigators to meet and catch up with each other in a relaxed environment. Friends and contacts are invited to enjoy drinks, nibbles and iconic views overlooking the City at CloudM rooftop bar. The evening will be an opportunity for the next generation of pensions lawyers to network in a less formal setting.

If you would like to attend or would like more information on this event, please contact events@wilberforce.co.uk.

This event is free of charge

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