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Wrigleys' legal services for further education colleges

Wrigleys have a team of solicitors dedicated to addressing the particular requirements of those working in the Further Education sector.

Employment, pensions, property and education expertise

Our Further Education services cover:

  • Employment law advice;
  • Commercial contracts;
  • Pensions law;
  • Property law; and
  • Student affairs.

Additionally we have provided ground-breaking TUPE and pensions advice in relation to Shared Services initiatives in the sector on behalf of consortia in the North East and the South West. Further details are available here.

“The personalised, friendly but professional approach given to us as clients is appreciated.  ‘Legal jargon’ free conversations to help us thorough our cases/projects.”

“Approachable, knowledgeable and friendly. Able to answer questions clearly and in plain language so that all the issues are clearly understood.”

Legal 500 (2021)


"They draw on experience and are always updating and refreshing their services, guidance and support."

Chambers and Partners (2021)

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Chris Billington

Direct Line: 0113 204 5734

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Leeds

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27 Jul 2021

Residential property developer tax and community-led housing

Will the proposals for financing the removal of Grenfell-style cladding affect community-led housing groups?

23 Jul 2021

Reputational and safeguarding risks were “some other substantial reason” for teacher’s dismissal

Decision that a teacher was unfairly dismissed when they were not prosecuted for criminal charges is overturned.

22 Jul 2021

The Kids Company case: practical points for students' union trustees

What can charities learn from the high profile collapse of the Kids Company?