Private Practice

Procurement Lawyer

  • About the team: This team continues to enjoy a varied, high quality workload acting for major utility and central Government clients as well as bidders.
  • About the role: We cover the public sector, utility, defence, concessions and other sector specific procurement rules. We advise on all aspects of procurement law including general advisory work, project work and contentious matters.
  • Looking for: Exceptional legal research ability is necessary for this role.
  • Opportunities: Dentons is always looking to invest in the highest-quality talent, recognising that our success is built on the diverse and unique strengths of each of the members of our Firm.
  • And more: We are a truly global law firm and as such, always welcome hearing from those with foreign language capabilities.

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