Capsticks is delighted to announce that new partner, Mary Mundy, has joined the firm’s Leeds office, as Capsticks continues to enhance its market leading procurement service nationally.

Capsticks advise on major healthcare procurements, capital projects and digital projects as well as complex and high-value procurements in the housing sector and will be supported by Mary’s strong track record.

Joining Capsticks from DAC Beachcroft, with over 13 years’ experience, Mary is an expert in leading major projects, advising clients on complex infrastructure and IT/managed service projects. Mary’s in-house experience provides her with additional insights from the client perspective.

Senior Partner, Rachael Heenan says: “I’m delighted that Mary has chosen to join us. Her expertise complements our strategy of investing in people to ensure that our clients can be provided with the best, most responsive solutions to their procurement challenges in a post-Brexit world. Mary joins a very strong team which will continue to deliver key advice to our chosen sectors.”

Mary Mundy says: “I am delighted to be joining Capsticks at this time to support clients on their procurement projects. These have been, and continue to be, testing times for public sector organisations. Public procurement law is likely to see substantial change over the next few years; Capsticks is investing in this area to ensure its clients will be one step ahead.”

Lead procurement partner, Lee Clarke says: “Having worked with Mary previously, I know she is a fantastic procurement lawyer and is genuinely committed to her clients. Mary’s experience, judgement and pragmatic advice will further boost our capacity to deliver efficient public procurements and practical solutions. At a time when capital investment in the NHS is at its highest level for a generation, decarbonisation projects are accelerating and digital standardisation is being implemented,Mary is an exciting part of our Leeds Procurement and Projects team growth strategy and I look forward to working with her again.”

Capsticks’ 350 specialist lawyers are all engaged in healthcare, housing, public sector or regulatory work, and are fully immersed in the closely-related sectors in which they work. Their unrivalled knowledge and experience in issues affecting public sector organisations nationally, ensures all clients are provided with outstanding guidance and support.