Official figures reveal top public buyers of law
Sixteen Government departments racked up legal fees of more than £1m each over the last three years through the panel designed to centralise Whitehall legal spend, with JobCentre Plus emerging as the biggest spender. The data, obtained by Legal Week through a Freedom of Information Act request, shows JobCentre Plus spent just under £11m in legal fees through the Government’s legal services framework panel.
Sixteen agencies spent over £1m since 2007 through centralised Government law panel; Transport highest in 09-10
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