On behalf of the Board of Examiners, I would like to welcome you to this section of the Institute of Law’s web site, designed to assist law students in preparing for the qualifying examinations.
This section of the site contains: legislation covering the structure of examinations; and the syllabus. Please e-mail any suggestions that you have to the Bailiff’s Judicial Secretary.
Finally, on behalf of the Board, I would like to congratulate all those students who were successful in the most recent examinations and wish luck to all those intending to qualify at the next sitting (details of which are also given below).
Mr Robert MacRae
President of the Board of Examiners
Jersey Law Course examination sessions
To enrol for the exams, please contact the Deputy Bailiff’s secretary in writing before the deadline for applications to:
Miss Rebecca Traisnel
The Deputy Bailiff’s Office
Royal Court Building
Tel: 01534 441103
Email : R.Traisnel@courts.je
June/July 2022 sitting
Application deadline: Friday 29 April 2022
29th June – Jersey Legal System and Constitutional Law
30th June – Law of Contract
1st July – Testate and Intestate Succession
4th July – Law of Immovable Property
5th July – Civil Procedure, Criminal Procedure and Legal Professional Ethics
6th July – Law of Security Interests and Bankruptcy
7th July – Company Law/Family Law/Trust Law
September 2022 sitting
Application deadline: Wednesday 31 August 2022
21st September – Jersey Legal System and Constitutional Law
22nd September – Law of Contract
23rd September – Testate and Intestate Succession
26th September – Law of Immovable Property
27th September – Civil Procedure, Criminal Procedure and Legal Professional Ethics
28th September – Law of Security Interests and Bankruptcy
29th September – Company Law/Family Law/Trust Law
How to enrol
To enrol for the exams, please apply to the Deputy Bailiff’s secretary in writing (R.Traisnel@courts.je). For the first time you sit any examinations, you will need to submit:
- A letter of application addressed to the Deputy Bailiff, President of the Board of Examiners, outlining which exams will be taken in that first examination session. You will need to include your home address (used for all correspondence), personal contact information (either email or mobile) and also within that letter confirm you are registered with the Institute of Law.
- Copies of relevant qualifications that permit you to sit the qualifying examinations, all copies to be certified as a true copy by a Jersey advocate/solicitor.
- Photographic ID to be provided and certified as a true copy by a Jersey advocate/solicitor.
Once the deadline has passed for applications, and if the Deputy Bailiff has approved your application, you will receive your allocated candidate number. For subsequent examination sessions, you need only write with your candidate number to apply to sit particular examinations.
- Link to legislation covering the Jersey Law Course:
- Download the Jersey Law Course Information leaflet.