Public procurement webinars

In this series our procurement experts address public procurement in the UK, focussing on topics that those working with public procurement need to consider.

Please find our previous webinar recordings below. 

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Five in Twenty Five webinars

Recorded on 15 March 2023. This session in our "Five in Twenty Five" procurement webinar series focused on the topic: “Making lawful changes to public contracts”. Claire Gamage (Principal Associate), Rona McPherson (Principal Associate) and Jenny Beresford-Jones (Senior Legal Advisor) of Mills & Reeve LLP looked at variations permitted by Regulation 72 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 and offered some practical tips in relation to these.
Recorded on 12 January 2023. The next session in our series of “Five in Twenty Five” webinars focuses on the topic: 'Dealing with Procurement Challenges'. In this webinar, Helen Prandy (Principal Associate), Shailee Howard (Principal Associate) and Jenny Beresford-Jones (Senior Legal Advisor) look at some of the key questions associated with a procurement challenge and offer some practical tips as to how you might go about dealing with these.
Focusing on preparing a public contract with Jenny Beresford-Jones, Claire Gamage and Kevin Calder of Mills & Reeve. This was presented as a procurement law webinar, as part of our Five in Twenty Five Series, and recorded on 9 November 2022.

Public Procurement webinars

Shailee Howard, Helen Prandy and Jenny Beresford-Jones will look at the features we can expect to see in the new regime, as well as commenting on those policies/ideas which have been dropped as a result of responses received to the Green Paper.
Shailee Howard and Jenny Beresford-Jones give a useful overview of the Social Value Model before digging down into some of the real world issues we see clients facing when incorporating social value into their procurements.
Shailee Howard, Chris Brennan and Jenny Beresford-Jones discuss the shape of public procurement in the UK post Brexit.
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