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Daniel Lewis


Telephone: 0113 204 5717

Office: Leeds

Department: Charities and Social Economy

Position: Solicitor

Areas of practice:

Daniel qualified as a solicitor into the Charities and Social Economy team in September 2020, having trained at Wrigleys.

Daniel has experience working with a range of charitable organisations and social enterprises, including community benefit societies and community interest companies, advising on formation, structures, governance and trustee duties. Daniel is a member of the firm’s community-led housing, students’ unions and societies teams.

Daniel has written the following articles:

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Professional memberships:

Daniel is a member of the Charity Law Association and co-chairs the Wrigleys fundraising committee.



Co-author of the article 'The collapse of Kids Company' for the Charity Finance Yearbook 2022.

Co-author of the article 'High Court victory for Kids Company' featured on Brewin Dolphin.


23 Jul 2024

Charity Governance Code Refresh 2024 – have your say before 11 August 2024

A public consultation on the Charity Governance Code has been launched to gather views and feedback to inform a further refresh of the Code.

17 Jul 2024

The importance of compliance and some lessons learned for academy trusts

We look here at why compliance is important and some key observations from our compliance work with academy trusts.

03 Jul 2024

Wrigleys Solicitors unveils latest partner promotions

Yorkshire-based legal specialist Wrigleys Solicitors has promoted two solicitors to partner as key departments continue to grow.