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Wrigleys grows its Charity, Schools and Rural Property teams

02 April 2014

Wrigleys Solicitors are pleased to welcome four senior lawyers and their first apprentice.

Peter Parker and Jessica Cumming join the Wrigleys Charity and Social Economy team from DLA Piper and Walker Morris respectively to advise on charity transactions and contracts, academy schools and raising social finance.  Peter said “It is exciting to join Wrigleys Solicitors, a name synonymous in Yorkshire for charity and third sector work”.

Wrigleys also welcomes Andrew Marshall and Emma Ridge from Addleshaw Goddard to advise the firm's clients on academy schools, commercial property, rural property and agricultural.

Paul Nash, Managing Partner added “We have a strong track record of recruiting high calibre individuals who choose to develop their careers within Wrigleys' niche practice areas. I am delighted to welcome four experienced lawyers from Leeds firms to help meet our growth in demand. Although a growing firm, Wrigleys retains a friendly informal atmosphere and pleasant surroundings where everyone knows each other and thrives."

Wrigleys also welcome Francess Bell, an apprentice Business and Facilities Administrator.  The firm's Operations Director, Linda Simms, comments "Appointing an apprentice for the first time has been a positive experience for the firm, Francess has settled in well and is adding value to the support team.  I would encourage any law firm considering recruiting an apprentice to take the step".

From left to right: Peter Parker, Andrew Marshall, Jessica Cumming, Emma Ridge and Francess Bell

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