Arc Pensions Law delighted to support Durham Law School’s one-week work placement scheme
Durham University law students are now offered the opportunity to gain work experience at leading law firms and chambers which specifically specialise in pensions law. The Pensions Law module, introduced at Durham Law School at the start of this academic year, is believed to be the first undergraduate pensions law module in the UK.
Arc Pensions Law is delighted to participate along with Allen & Overy LLP, Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP, Macfarlanes LLP, Outer Temple Chambers, Sacker & Partners LLP and Travers Smith LLP in providing one-week work placements to the third year Durham Law School undergraduates studying the Pensions Law module to enable those who choose this module to acquire knowledge of this important area of the law.
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