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The Law Society of Jersey regulates Jersey qualified lawyers and protects the public interest in the administration of justice.

We ensure that  Law Society of Jersey members:  

  • Are qualified to help you through the legal process
  • Have adequate professional indemnity insurance (PII).
  • Meet required standards of learning, competence and professional conduct by  undertaking regular continuing professional development (CPD), which is recorded with the  Law Society of Jersey.

Frequently asked questions ....and answers

If you require further assistance or if your query is not listed, please contact or call the Law Society on 01534 613920.

Is my lawyer qualified to practise Jersey Law?

All lawyers who are qualified to practice Jersey law are called to the Jersey Bar as an Advocate of the Royal Court of Jersey or admitted onto the roll of Solicitors of the Royal Court. 

All Jersey qualified Advocates and Solicitors in private practice are required to enroll as a member of the Law Society of Jersey.  In turn, their names are featured n the list of lawyers on this website.  If a lawyer’s name is not listed on this website, they are not qualified to practice in this jurisdiction without the supervision of a Jersey qualified lawyer.