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Wrigleys Solicitors' specialist advice for independent schools

Wrigleys is one of the few specialist firms of solicitors that concentrates on the legal affairs of charities, including independent schools and other educational organisations.

Solicitors experienced in working with independent schools

Our clients include preparatory and senior schools for whom we apply our experience of the independent schools sector in areas including:

  • Land & buildings (including tenancies for staff accommodation);
  • Financing (including bond issues, trading, fund raising, gifts, legacies);
  • Charity law and governance; and
  • Employment law, HR and pensions law.

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“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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Sue King

Direct Line: 0113 204 5708

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Leeds

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04 Jun 2021

Volunteering Week – guidance on volunteering during the pandemic updated in England

Government updates guidance to reflect step 3 of the roadmap for easing restrictions.

28 May 2021

Compulsory vaccination scheme was not a breach of European Convention on Human Rights

Vaccination scheme had legitimate aims and that penalties and fines were proportionate.