The Law Society of Jersey regulates Jersey Advocates and Solicitors and protects the public interest in the administration of justice.

Advocates and Jersey Solicitors have a right to practise Jersey law pursuant to the Advocates and Solicitors (Jersey) Law 1997, as amended (the “1997 Law”).  It is only lawyers qualified under the 1997 Law who are qualified and have a right to practise Jersey law

We ensure Law Society of Jersey Members:  

  • Are qualified to help you through the legal process
  • Are suitably insured
  • undertake continuous professional development
  • Meet the highest standards of professional conduct   

The following provides answers to the most common enquiries we receive. 

  • Is my lawyer qualified to practice Jersey Law?
  • I need to find a Lawyer 
  • I need to find a Law Firm
  • I wish to make a complaint about a lawyer 
  • I wish to make a complaint about legal fees 


Chief Executive Officer
The Law Society of Jersey
P.O. Box 493
St Helier

Tel: +44 (0)1534 613920 (Office) or  +44 (0)1534 734826 (CEO)

Email: ceo@jerseylawsociety.je