01 December 2014

Burges Salmon is continuing the expansion of its Pensions team with four new appointments. Crispin Freeman, Charlotte Osmond, Amy Davies and Stacey Yon have joined the practice, following the sustained growth across the firm’s pension client base.

Crispin joins the team as a senior associate from Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co.

Charlotte trained at Linklaters and joins as a newly qualified solicitor.

Amy and Stacey have qualified into the team having completed their training contracts with Burges Salmon.

Their arrival follows the appointments earlier this year of Eve Wallace (senior associate) and Zoe Dhenin (solicitor).

Richard Knight, Head of Pensions, commented: 'We are delighted to have grown the team so substantially this year. Our 40 pensions lawyers now act for over 700 pensions clients and our new recruits will help us continue to provide a top quality service and to grow further.”

Comprising 40 lawyers, the Burges Salmon Pensions team is one of the largest in the UK, and is known for its strength in advising on regulatory, disputes, public sector and general advisory issues. The firm represents clients in both private and public sector pension schemes and helps trustees and employers with defined benefit, defined contribution and hybrid schemes. The team advises an impressive roster of clients including schemes sponsored by AT&T, Cambridge University Press, the Department for Education, First UK Bus, Hampshire County Council, hibu, Honda, QinetiQ and Western Power Distribution.

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Richard Knight

Richard Knight Partner

  • Head of Pensions Practice
  • Pensions Services
  • Pensions Legal Advice

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