Law firm Nabarro has won a place on the panel of lawyers approved to advise the government on major projects.
The firm has also succeeded in retaining its position on the panels advising on employment and pensions, finance and regulation and litigation.
Panel members are approved to handle central government contracts worth more than £100,000 and the total value of the work involved is expected to be in the region of £250 million over four years.
Tim Shaw, projects partner at Nabarro in Sheffield, pictured, said: “Retaining our position on these important panels is testament to the strength of what the firm as a whole has to offer the public sector.
“It’s particularly pleasing to win a place on the Major Projects panel. I am sure that the depth and breadth of our work for central and local government over the years will put us in an excellent position to pitch successfully for work generated by GPS framework.”
Nabarro has acted extensively for central government departments that include the Departments for Business Innovation and Skills, Energy and Climate Change, Environment, Food and Rural Affairs and Health, as well as the Foreign Office and the Treasury Solicitor.
It has also acted for a wide range of local authorities throughout England and Wales including Sheffield, Barnsley, Basingstoke, Ealing, East Riding, Kent, Medway, Wandsworth and Westminster.