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Wrigleys Solicitors strengthens its teams this summer

August 2017

Wrigleys Solicitors are pleased to welcome Neil Whitaker, Donna Radcliffe and Katie Derry to its Leeds office.

Neil Whitaker is well known in Yorkshire and nationally with 30 years experience at Pinsent Masons in a wide range of property matters including development and mines and minerals.

Donna Radcliffe joins the property team from Walker Morris to advise on a full range of commercial property matters, including our specialism of rail property.

Katie Derry strengthens the probate team following her move from Addleshaw Goddard.

Managing partner Paul Nash comments: "2017 has been another encouraging year of growth and we are very fortunate at Wrigleys to attract fantastic lawyers who join to pursue the areas of work in which they thrive.

Neil, Donna and Katie build on our successful recruitment earlier in the year of pensions lawyer Kate Buckham who joined us from Bond Dickinson, rural property lawyer, Matthew Featherstone, from Stamp Jackson & Procter in Hull and residential property solicitor Rukhsana Shah who moved north from London and joined our Sheffield office."

 

 

From left to right: Donna Radcliffe, Neil Whitaker and Katie Derry

 

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