Alicia joined Osborne Clarke’s pensions team as a Senior Associate in July 2017.

She advises both employers and trustees on issues arising in occupational pension schemes, including scheme closures, benefit redesign, buy-outs, and regulatory issues.

Alicia also has experience of advising trustees and the Pension Protection Fund on aspects of the qualification process for pension schemes in the assessment period for assistance from the Financial Assistance Scheme or Pension Protection Fund.

Before joining Osborne Clarke, Alicia worked at a leading offshore law firm where she gained particular expertise in advising employers, trustees and private clients on the establishment and ongoing regulation of international pension plans.

She is commended by Legal 500 UK 2015 for exuding advice which is “thorough, clear and concise.”

Alicia graduated from Durham University in 2007 with a degree in Modern European Languages. On completion of her professional exams in law, she trained at Baker & McKenzie LLP and qualified in 2011.