The Law Society of Jersey is not affiliated to any of the websites mentioned in this section and it cannot take any responsibility for the content of any of the websites listed below.
Jersey Legal Information Board website – for current and draft Jersey legislation and to review newly published reported and unreported judgments, as well as back issues of the Jersey & Guernsey Law Review.
The Institute of Law was founded to provide focus for academic study and professional education in Jersey and Guernsey law. The IoL provide training and qualifications including Bachelors, Masters and PhD in Law and Jersey Law, The Jersey Law Course and CPD lectures and workshops.
The Institute also is home to the Law Library containing collections from the Royal Court and the Law Society of Jersey.
As well as providing free of charge “Law Made Simple” seminars, the Institute of Law is an offshore centre for legal research and learning.
The official website for Jersey Finance, who represent and promote the interests of Jersey as an international finance centre.
Jersey Chamber of Commerce website. The Chamber of Commerce is the largest employer representative body in the Island.
The Jersey Law Commission is an independent body set up by the States of Jersey in 1996 to identify and examine aspects of law with a view to their development and reform.