Wrigleys adds experienced private client solicitor to Newcastle office

News Team, 05/08/2020

UK private client law firm Wrigleys has added Orlando Bridgeman to its Newcastle office.

Mr Bridgeman is an experienced private client solicitor, who has developed a predominantly rural practice, focusing on advising farmers, the owners of landed estates and rural businesses.  

He has worked in North Yorkshire for the past five years, and has established a profile within the region’s network of professionals.  Prior to that, he trained with Hunters, a private client firm in London, where he had advised rural clients across the country.

Mr Bridgeman said: "Wrigleys represents the gold standard for private client advice in the north. When I recently moved to the North-East for family reasons, Wrigleys’ reputation across the north of England stood out, combining technical excellence with attentive client care. I am excited to serve Wrigleys’ existing clients in the North East and Cumbria, and I look forward to growing the business further now that Wrigleys have opened a Newcastle office."

Orlando Bridgeman, Wrigleys

Angus Hunter Smart, who acts for Wrigleys’ private clients in the North East, added: ‘We are very excited to welcome Orlando to Wrigleys’ market leading private client team.  He has already made a big impression with a number of our key rural clients, and will have a very bright future with the firm.&nbs...

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