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Paul Nash
Managing Partner

Paul Nash, Managing Partner

We ask clients why they choose Wrigleys. Common themes are that the firm and its people are reliable, trusted and firmly established as a leading firm outside London in our core niche areas.

The principles that we follow are in place to help ensure that all staff offer clients the peace of mind and confidence to know they are being looked after by a firm synonymous with knowledge, quality and dependability.

The qualities that we look for in our staff are friendliness and flexibility, as well as a genuine desire to help the client.

Our Principles

The principles and ethos that all Wrigleys partners and staff are expected to possess and demonstrate in everything they do.

Loyalty - Loyal to our clients and trusted by generations.

Dependability - Always there to deliver the expert consistent service that is synonymous with Wrigleys.

Reliability - Never failing to deliver on our promise by providing the utmost care and advice to clients’ individual needs.

Endurance - Having built up a reputation for excellence over many years, we have moved with the times yet maintained the qualities of tradition and excellence that we have always stood by.

Understated quality - With a reputation for trust and respect we deliver a service which clients have come to expect and one we uphold with pride and dignity.

Proportionality - Maintain standards at the same time as delivering a solution that is unfussy and proportionate to the client’s issue, timescale and budget.

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Wrigleys articles are now a contributor to the national and free article search service Mondaq

Wrigleys are now using Mondaq to distribute their articles from the website to a wider audience. Rediscover the wide range of topics we advise on!

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Charity Workshop: General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

Date: 10 May 2018

Venue: St George's Centre, Great George Street, Leeds

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Workshop: GDPR for Faith Communities

Date: 16 May 2018

Venue: Wrigleys Solicitors

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Employment Law Update for Charities 2018

Date: 26 Jun 2018

Venue: Hilton Leeds City, Neville Street, Leeds

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