Capsticks are delighted to be reappointed to the National Legal Services Framework (NLSF) by the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime for employment law work for a further four years. The reappointment demonstrates our quality of service over the last four years and reflects our ability to support such important public bodies with their complex work throughout the country. We are also pleased to be appointed to the Property (commercial, residential and PFI) lot and look forward to supporting our clients on all legal aspects of their estate.

The NLSF is managed by the Metropolitan Police and enables elected Police and Crime Commissioners, police forces and their partner organisations, GLA functional bodies and local authorities to outsource any legal work to appointed firms with the necessary ability to provide specialist legal advice to their users. The firm’s appointment to Lots 3 and 4 means that Capsticks can be instructed in all types of employment law, including tribunals, policy, TUPE and disciplinary matters, as well as property work encompassing residential, commercial and PFI projects.

Hugh Giles, litigation partner and Head of Emergency Services, said: “We are delighted to have been reappointed to the framework for a further four years for employment law work and to be appointed as well for real estate work. This is recognition of our position as leading lawyers working with the public sector, advising on some of the most difficult and complex issues facing public bodies.”

Rachael Heenan, Senior Partner, said: “We recognise that public sector organisations are facing continual financial challenges and we are committed to helping our clients achieve efficient and sustainable savings whilst providing the assurance of quality and compliance. Many of our clients purchase our services through this important framework and we are delighted to be reappointed for employment work and to also be appointed for real estate work.

Capsticks’ 350 specialist lawyers are all engaged in healthcare, housing, public sector/ emergency services and 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 their clients are provided with outstanding guidance and support.