Angela is a senior counsel in the Employment, Pensions & Mobility group, and provides specialist legal support including keeping the team updated on all legal and other relevant developments relating to pensions law.
Angela is also involved in the delivery of training to both internal and external clients, the preparation of client publications and has chaired various external webinars on topical pension issues. She regularly liaises with her counterparts across the firm to ensure a coordinated approach to emerging legal developments. Angela had 14 years of experience in advising clients prior to joining Taylor Wessing as a professional support lawyer in 2012 and brought with her considerable practical knowledge of pensions to the firm. She continues to reinforce this with client work from time to time and in her involvement with professional bodies such as the PLSA (she is currently a committee member of a local group) , the APL and with the Pensions Ombudsman . She is a regular speaker at the secretary to the trustees course run by the PMI.
|Since 2022||Senior counsel, Taylor Wessing|
|2016 - 2022||Senior Professional Support Lawyer, Taylor Wessing|
|2012 - 2016||Professional Support Lawyer, Taylor Wessing|
|2005 - 2012||Senior Associate, Reed Smith LLP|
|1998 - 2005||Associate, Sackers LLP|
|1997 - 1998||In-house counsel, Coopers & Lybrand|
|1997||Admitted to the Bar, England and Wales|
|1995||Legal Practice Course, College of Law, Chester, UK|
|1994||BA Hons, Accountancy and Law, Manchester University, UK|
|Association of Pension Lawyers|
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