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Marie Quinton
Paralegal

(Trust and Court of Protection Administration Team)

What led you to apply to Wrigleys for your role?

I applied for the position at Wrigleys through a recruitment agency. They contacted me to say that they believed that the skills that I had were transferable to the role at Wrigleys as I had no previous experience of Trust or Court of Protection work.

What would your advice be to somebody considering whether to accept a job offer at Wrigleys and why?

The firm is a great environment to work in. Everybody is welcoming, friendly and very helpful. The firm offers a full training package with ongoing support and I would certainly recommend that you consider accepting the position.

What sets Wrigleys apart from other places that you have worked?

Working at Wrigleys is different to other places that I have worked due to the fact that not many firms cover this particular area of work. The clients that we have are long term clients meaning that you can establish a relationship with them so that they become more than just clients.

How would you sum up working at Wrigleys?

Working at Wrigleys is a positive experience and has not been a decision that I have regretted.

Uses of community benefit societies

Practical examples of societies we have recently registered, to give an idea of the range of projects which societies can be used for.

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Why Become a Community Benefit Society?

CBSs are as popular as ever, so this article explores the background and benefits to using a society to deliver your organisation's purposes.

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Pensions - Equal treatment for all

An exemption which allowed pension schemes to award smaller pensions to civil partners and same-sex spouses found to be incompatible with EU law.

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Breakfast Briefing

Date: 01 Aug 2017

Venue: Radisson Blu, Leeds

Speaker: Alacoque Marvin, Solicitor at Wrigleys

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Breakfast Briefing - 17th October 2017

Date: 17 Oct 2017

Venue: Radisson Blu, Leeds

Speaker: Dr John McMullen, Partner at Wrigleys Solicitors

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Annual Charity Governance Seminar 2017

Date: 19 Oct 2017

Venue: Hilton City Leeds

Speaker: Keynote Speaker: Sarah Atkinson - Director of Policy and Communications for the Charity Commission

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