The article outlined how the LUPC selected ten firms for the panel, with four (including BWB) providing a “one-stop-shop” service to the universities, colleges, government agencies, research organisations, museums and other cultural establishments that make up the LUPC membership.
The LUPC told the Lawyer, “Following the conclusion of a fiercely competitive process, we believe that we have appointed high calibre, expert firms and have provided a framework which will enable our national Member Institutions to benefit from savings in both costs and tendering time as well as meeting the legal services needs of our Members.”
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