Section of Public Contract Law

The Section of Public Contract Law serves to provide balanced recommendations on procurement policy, provide a forum to engage with colleagues across all segments of the procurement industry, and gain insight into and develop unique perspectives of federal, state and local public contract law.

Why join the Section?

Jayna Rust, Washington, DC

As a government contracts attorney, Jayna works on litigation and advocacy, in particular, bid protest and appeals related to the performance of government contracts. Keeping up on the latest developments, building advocacy skills, and speaking opportunities are what she gains from section membership.

Join - Public Contract Law

Join the Section of Public Contract Law

Shape and affect public policy, engage with colleagues, leverage the counsel, gain insight into and develop unique perspectives of federal, state and local public contract law.

PCL Connect

If you're already a member of one of our Public Contract Law Committees, you can visit our online PCL Connect by clicking the button on the right and log in.

Upcoming Committee Meetings

Upcoming Webinars

Talking About FAR 52.222-26 and EO 11246: What Government Contracts Attorneys Need to Know about Bias

The implications of Federal Acquisition Regulation ("FAR") 52.222-26 and Executive Order ("EO") 11246 are immense for federal contractors and subcontractors. From equal opportunity requirements to non-discriminatory advertising, the list is lengthy, the penalties for non-compliance are stiff, and its navigation can be time-consuming.

Webinar

Find - more details

Previous Free Webinars

Download materials from and/ or listen to previously held free webinars. Please note no CLE credit is available for these sessions.

Recent Comment Letters

About Public Contract Law

Our goal is simple yet ambitious: To be the most reliable, most respected nationwide source of balanced, unbiased positive recommendations for improving the law relating to procurement at all levels of government. Because of our unique position composed of lawyers and associates from government, corporations, and law firms, we have an extraordinary opportunity and duty to work for improvements to the procurement process.

Contact Us

Use this online form to contact the Section of Public Contract Law or call Patty Brennan at 312.988.5623.