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Wrigleys is a specialist firm of solicitors that concentrates on:

  • Agriculture & Rural Property
  • Charities and the social economy
  • Education
  • Families, Individuals & Trustees
  • Injured, disabled or vulnerable people.
  • Pensions
  • Property

Niche Specialists

As one of the leading specialist practices outside London, Wrigleys has evolved into the modern era while upholding the traditions and beliefs which have marked the firm out as distinct from its peers in a crowded, and predominantly uniform, legal market.

We aim to be recognised as experts in those areas of the law in which we specialise and to give timely, practical, common sense advice to our clients in those fields.

Growth

Since the firm was established in 1996, we have seen substantial organic growth. We have been particularly fortunate in attracting nationally recognised specialists who have chosen to leave more commercially oriented larger firms for the more flexible and less profit-driven collegiate environment, which Wrigleys seeks to provide.

We attribute the continued growth and success of the firm to defining and maintaining who we are as a loyal, reliable, enduring niche firm; how we work with care and diligence and what we do with understated quality.

19 Nov 2018

Private hire drivers were workers and entitled to NMW and holiday pay

Employment tribunal was right to take a "realistic and worldly-wise" approach as written contract did not reflect the reality of the arrangement

15 Nov 2018

Part-time airline worker was treated less favourably because of her part-time status

Court of Appeal holds purser paid 50% of full-time pay when available for work for more than 50% of full-time hours was less favourably treated.

14 Nov 2018

Don't ignore the signals – telecoms on school property

We highlight the statutory rights benefitting telecoms operators and how these could affect plans to carry out works to school property.