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Sue Greaves
Training Partner

Trainee Solicitors

We generally take only two or three trainee solicitors each year, and look for candidates who have a genuine interest in our firm and in at least one of our specialisms. Wrigleys is a specialist firm that concentrates on specific areas of law, all of which are non-contentious.

We achieve high rankings in the legal directories.
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It is always our aim to retain our trainees on qualification. A number of our current partners trained with the firm.

Recruitment Process

The deadline for applications for training contracts (periods of recognised training) to start in September 2023 has now passed.

Details of future recruitment processes, including deadlines, will be added to this page in due course. In the meantime, if you have any queries please email trainee.recruitment@wrigleys.co.uk.

Work Experience

We are not able to offer any work experience placements at the moment. Details of any future opportunities will appear on this page in due course.

Trainee

A number of the firm's previous trainees are now recognised as experts in their areas of work

19 Jan 2022

Employee fairly dismissed for using grievance process as a ‘repository of unresolved complaints’

EAT decision highlights that abuse of the grievance process may give employers grounds to dismiss

17 Jan 2022

Witnessing Wills in the Coronavirus Pandemic

For a Will to be valid, it must be signed in the presence of two witnesses. This may cause difficulties when social distancing or self-isolating.

14 Jan 2022

Reform of the SDLT rules on mixed property and multiple dwellings relief in prospect

Details of, and comments on, the recently launched HMRC consultation on reforms to the SDLT mixed property and multiple dwellings relief rules.