Join the Institute’s Board of Governors

The Institute of Law was founded to provide a focus for academic study and professional education in Jersey and Guernsey law and to nurture the legal heritage of the Channel Islands. The Institute aims to become the leading offshore centre for legal research and learning, and to provide a vibrant…

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Radio Interview: Dr. Sasha Holden

On Saturday 20 March, our Associate Dean, Dr. Sasha Holden, was interviewed on BBC Radio Jersey talking about student success, studying law in Jersey and tackling discrimination in the profession.

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Local Law Student Awarded Scholarship by Gray’s Inn, London

Local law student, Leigh Jones, has been awarded a prestigious scholarship by the Honourable Society of Gray’s Inn, London. Leigh has been appointed the Elizabeth Ann Curnow Scholar for 2021. The scholarship, established in 2019 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act, is awarded each year…

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Two Local Students Awarded Scholarships at the Institute of Law

Two local students, Andrew Osychenko and Cameron Cairney, have been awarded scholarships with the Institute of Law, the Island’s leading offshore centre for legal research and learning. These scholarships, up to the value of £8000, will support the winners with their studies on the prestigious the University of London LLB,…

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New Associate Dean Appointed at The Institute of Law

Dr. Sasha Holden has been appointed as Associate Dean at The Institute of Law, the leading offshore centre for legal research and learning. Born in New Zealand, Dr Holden holds LLB and BA degrees from Otago University, a first-class master’s degree in international human rights law from the University of…

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Cuts That Cost by Dr Sasha Holden

Cuts That Cost by Dr Sasha Holden Cuts that Cost is a recent report written by Dr Sasha Holden, Associate Professor at the Institute of Law. The report was commissioned by the Families Together Programme at the British Red Cross. In the report, Dr Holden examines the human cost of…

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