Govt launches Treasury Solicitors panel review
The Government is reviewing the Treasury Solicitors legal panel with the intention of expanding its capabilities in employment, tax, family and regulatory work. The review, which was kicked off earlier this month and is being led by the Attorney General, will see up to 30 advocates - either barristers or solicitors with Higher Rights - appointed to work on civil and EC matters for all government departments.The review will cover three separate sub-panels in London dealing with different levels of complexity, with the body attempting to increase its focus on areas such as employment and regulatory work.
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