Origins of Wrigleys
Evolving the model for law firms was central to the inception of Wrigleys. The partners’ aim has always been to create an organisation that places clients and staff at its core, with the confidence that good service will then follow inevitably.
Though formed in 1996 as a separate firm from the demerged private client and charity team of Dibb Lupton Alsop (now DLA Piper), our roots go back to the 1750s, when the firm which eventually became DLA Piper, was founded in Leeds.
Wrigleys combines the charity and private client departments of Dibb Lupton Alsop, Hammonds and Eversheds in Leeds and Manchester and includes the specialist charity firm of Malcolm Lynch.