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PensionsThursday 12 January 2023

Paul Newman KC launches PensionsBarrister.com

Wilberforce Chambers is delighted to announce that Paul Newman KC, one of our leading pensions silks, today launches his new website: www.pensionsbarrister.com. Acting as an up-to-date pensions legal resource, the site will feature articles from barristers on a wide range of pensions law issues, as well as Talking Pensions, a monthly podcast in which Paul interviews senior pensions industry figures on their careers and issues of topical interest.Please click the link above to browse the site, and feel free to post any comments, questions or ideas in the forum.

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