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PensionsFriday 11 November 2022

Paul Newman KC awarded the Wallace Medal

Wilberforce Chambers is delighted to congratulate Paul Newman KC for winning the Wallace Medal, presented at the Association of Pension Lawyers annual conference last night, for his title released earlier this year, ‘A Practitioner’s Guide to Correcting Mistakes in Pension Schemes’.

For more information and to purchase a copy of the aforementioned book, written by Paul Newman KC and published by Bloomsbury Professional, please click here.

Wallace Medal

The APL’s website states:

“The Wallace Medal was inaugurated in 1992.  It is named after Keith Wallace and honours his contribution to the development of pensions literature, not least his editorship for many years of our Pension Lawyer journal.

The medal is awarded for meritorious work in communicating and explaining legal issues affecting pensions, employee benefits and employment.  The Main Committee of the APL decides on the award, and the winner is presented with a silver medal.”

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