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Browne Jacobson wins place on CCS legal panel

16 March 2017
Browne Jacobson has been appointed to the Crown Commercial Service legal panel advising central government departments.

The Crown Commercial Service (CCS) is sponsored by the Cabinet Office and acts on behalf of government departments and bodies in the procurement and delivery of commercial services with the aim of delivering maximum value for money. 

Browne Jacobson was one of only 18 firms to be appointed to a two tier panel framework with 12 firm’s comprising Tier 1 and a further six firms making up Tier 2.

The firm has been appointed to Tier 2 alongside Bevan Brittan, Fieldfisher, Hogan Lovells, Simmons & Simmons and Slaughter and May.

The two year appointment will run until February 2019 with the value of its general legal framework estimated to be worth £400m. It replaces the previous framework which consisted of 48 firms appointed across eight lots.

Richard Barlow, head of the public sector at Browne Jacobson, said:

“This appointment underlines our expertise and credentials in this sector. Our extensive public sector client portfolio already includes, amongst others, the Cabinet Office, CCS, DBEIS, DWP, Welsh Government and Natural England. We look forward to continuing to deliver our exceptional client service to central government through this latest appointment.”


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