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Wrigleys' website and online services, along with most other websites, use cookies and similar technologies. For the purpose of this policy, ‘cookies‘ and ‘similar technologies‘ will be referred to collectively as ‘cookies‘.

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Wrigleys use two types of cookies on this website:
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Tim Wrigley considers the future for schools MATs and governing bodies.

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Breakfast Briefing : What's new in Employment Law?

Date: 06 Dec 2016

Venue: Radisson Blu Hotel, Leeds

Speaker: Dr. John McMullen, Partner and Sue King, Solicitor at Wrigleys Solicitors

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Schools Breakfast Club: Unavoidable Litigation

Date: 24 Jan 2017

Venue: Wrigleys Solicitors, 19 Cookridge Street, Leeds, LS2 3AG

Speaker: Darren Finlay and Janine Wolstenholme, barristers at Park Square Barristers, Leeds

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Save the Date: Through the Maze

Date: 06 Jun 2017

Venue: DoubleTree by Hilton, Leeds

Speaker: Wrigleys Court of Protection and Personal Injury Team

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