The University of Edinburgh has begun the procurement of legal panels worth up to £2.7m over four years.
The successful firms will be expect to advise on legal issues “ranging from ad-hoc advice and representation pertaining to individual casework/transactions, to complex legal advice on contractual, collective and corporate matters”.
The single lot will cover areas such as: estates; charity; business; commercial; and human resources.
The university expects a maximum number of four participants to the framework. The contract is estimated to be worth £2m to £2.7m.
The initial framework will run for three years with the option to extend for a further year.