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Lawyers committed to advising charities and social enterprises

The Legal 500 guide considers Wrigleys a top tier "leading charity law firm" and Chambers Guide to the Legal Profession has given the firm "premier ranking".

We are one of the few law firms in the country with dedicated lawyers working exclusively for charity and social enterprise clients.

Specialist legal advice from experienced charity solicitors

We specialise in advice for:

  • Charities;

  • Social enterprises;

  • Other voluntary, community and faith organisations; and

  • Schools and other further and higher education establishments.

Please see the Downloads tab at the top of the page or click here for a free download outlining our Charities & Social Economy services.

Chambers & Partners reports that Wrigleys' charity clients believe the firm delivers "magic circle quality outside the magic circle" and is "a reliable and efficient team that understands the charity sector and maintains a friendly and open approach".

- Chambers & Partners

Malcolm Lynch View Biography

Malcolm Lynch

Direct Line: 0113 204 5724

Partner
Leeds

Chris Billington View Biography

Chris Billington

Direct Line: 0113 204 5734

Partner
Leeds

Sylvie Nunn View Biography

Sylvie Nunn

Direct Line: 0113 204 5726

Partner
Leeds

Meet the team

12 Dec 2018

Enfranchisement reform - implications for community-led housing

We look at the impact of proposed changes to enfranchisement law – community-led housing (CLH) groups should respond before 7 January 2019.

30 Nov 2018

Will a refusal to offer a trial period make a redundancy dismissal unfair?

Yes, the refusal of a contractual right to a four week trial period in an alternative role is very likely to lead to an unfair dismissal (EAT).

30 Nov 2018

Can an employee be dismissed for incapability if their contract provides long-term disability benefits?

Incapability dismissal may be unfair and discriminatory if employee is contractually entitled to income when incapacitated by permanent disability.