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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

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Leeds

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Can the Court of Protection make my relative have the Covid vaccine if I don’t want them to?

This issue came up recently in the case of E v London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham [2021] EWCOP 7 and here is what happened.

26 Feb 2021

Supreme Court confirms that Uber drivers are workers after denying appeal

Decision brings long-running case on key aspects of workers status to an end

25 Feb 2021

Employer should have refreshed equality and diversity training as a reasonable step to prevent racial harassment

EAT: assessment of whether employer took all reasonable steps to prevent discrimination should include deciding if a step is likely to be effective.