Wrigleys is a niche practice set up originally to advise private clients and charities.
Its practice has since expanded though still does not include mainstream contentious or corporate work. Its lawyers are recognised for their expertise in trusts, tax, pensions and charities work, and the property, employment, education and agricultural practices that augment these areas.
Wrigleys shares its origins with DLA in 18th century Leeds, but has developed a character and reputation of its own since it was established in its present form in 1996.
It aims to provide its clients with long-term continuity of service at an affordable cost and a number of its specialists have national reputations. A good range of younger solicitors has also been attracted from larger, commercially oriented businesses, to a firm whose ethos allows them to do similar quality work in a different environment.