Arc adds fourth Partner in one year
Arc Pensions Law is delighted to announce the promotion of Anna Copestake from Senior Associate to Partner. The appointment is the latest stage of Arc’s rapid expansion since its foundation in June 2015, growing to a total of eight Partners in little more than two years, four of which were appointed this year.
The promotion of Anna marks Arc’s first internal Partner promotion and reaffirms the firm’s status as one of the most attractive workplaces for promising young pension lawyers. This position has also been reinforced by its recent shortlisting for ‘Specialist Law Firm of the Year’ in the British Legal Awards 2017 and its recognition by Chambers and Partners and The Legal 500.
Founding Partner, Anna Rogers, commented, “It’s exciting to be promoting a talented and dynamic young lawyer like Anna from within the firm. Anna has fulfilled the promise she showed when we first recruited her and we take great pride in promoting her to our Partnership. We’re delighted that the Partnership has doubled in size since April and we plan to continue to grow further in future years.”
Anna Copestake joined Arc Pensions Law from Sackers in 2016, where she was a Senior Associate, and has market-leading experience in relation to defined contribution arrangements.
Anna currently chairs the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association’s Legal Panel and is a member of both the Security of Assets Working Party and the Investment Committee of the Association of Pension Lawyers.
Anna Copestake said, “I’m really pleased to be invited to join the Partnership at Arc. It’s a great firm with a distinctive culture and a great ethos. I feel I’m in an excellent position to do the best for our clients here.”
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