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Wrigleys' experienced team of Agricultural solicitors provide practical and commercial advice on matters affecting landowners, farmers, tenants and other clients with interests in land.

Breadth of client base - Through acting for over 100 landed estates and numerous other farmers and rural landowners, Wrigleys has developed substantial experience of all aspects of Agricultural law.

Diversification projects - We advise at the leading edge of diversification projects and seek to apply the benefit of that experience to other clients where possible.

Value for money - The firm was set up with private client and agricultural work at its core, which gives us a significant advantage in delivering the services that rural clients require. The Yorkshire based firm has aimed to keep its cost base as low as sensibly possible and correspondingly has lower charging rates than most of our more commercial competitors.

Lateral thought - The Agricultural Property Team work closely with Wrigleys' Tax & Estate Planning Team to protect, and where possible enhance, the wealth of our clients over the long term. We take proactive steps in giving pointers to clients where we think it will be helpful.

Top-tier ranking - We are rated in the top tier of law firms by both the Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners Directories in Agricultural law.

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Agriculture and Rural Property

Clients describe the team as:

"extremely well-prepared" - Legal 500

 "an absolute pleasure. They are really well respected and absolute leaders on agricultural matters." - Chambers & Partners

 "Their legal advice is exceptionally good. We were absolutely confident in the lawyers and what they were saying." - Chambers & Partners

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Abolition of event fees

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Employment Breakfast Briefing: Redundancy Handling: A practical guide - 17 April 2018

Date: 17 Apr 2018

Venue: Radisson Blu, Leeds

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Date: 25 Apr 2018


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Employment Law Update for Charities 2018

Date: 26 Jun 2018

Venue: Hilton Leeds City, Neville Street, Leeds

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