ARC is recruiting lawyers for our London and Leeds offices
Due to expansion in our practice, we are actively looking for a Senior Associate for our London office and an NQ/Junior Associate for our Leeds office.
If you have good quality pensions law experience and an interest in working somewhere a little different from the usual “Big Law” firm, please contact Chris Mullen (London) or Kate Payne (Leeds).
Working at ARC Pensions Law is a very different experience from working at a large commercial law firm. We are a tight-knit team who work hard to support each other to give our best to our clients. We can be flexible and adaptable, we’re not ruled by management dogma and we are not pursuing global ambitions – we just want to serve our clients by delivering them the best quality advice, efficiently and effectively – and to enjoy ourselves in doing so.
Fundamentally this is a business run by pension lawyers, who understand the environment that pension lawyers need to thrive and give their best to their clients. Our approach will suit those who want to try something a little different. We are happy to explore flexible arrangements which can work for everyone, whatever stage of your career you have reached.
We are a proud signatory to the Law Society’s Diversity and Inclusion Charter and are committed to a diverse workplace. We believe that we can only realise our vision of genuine teamwork and organisational strength by being a diverse and inclusive business. The firm is not always in recruitment-mode but from time to time we do have vacancies for qualified solicitors with experience of pensions law.
ARC Pensions Law is a high performance environment: salaries and benefits are commensurate with market rates at major firms.
For further information, please contact us. We welcome exploratory conversations and guarantee to keep any approaches in complete confidence.
Please note that, as a specialist firm, regrettably we are unable to offer training contracts for solicitors.
We promote a culture that encourages every member of our team to realise their full potential.
Our firm is committed to the personal development of every member of our team.
We do not follow a traditional appraisal system. Instead, we prefer to rely on trust, relationships and authentic communication. We do not set hours targets for our lawyers – we see it as our partners’ responsibility to ensure our teams are fully active and working efficiently and effectively.
For our solicitors, we comply with the SRA’s Continuing Competence regime. We also encourage our team to take TPR and PMI qualifications and to complete PMI CPD, to attend Association of Pension Lawyers events and conferences, to join local and national pensions organisations and to participate fully in the industry of which we are a part. We supply the latest online information services and support 24/7.
is to provide the highest quality, specialist pensions law advice and support for those involved in running workplace pension schemes
is to attract talented, dynamic individuals who share our values and support them in giving their best to our clients
Teamwork, contribution, integrity and respect
are core to who we are