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Institute of law graduation
Study at the Institute of Law, graduate from the University of London.

Welcome from the centre

The Institute of Law is the Channel Islands law school, offering law teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels to local and international students. A not-for-profit educational body founded in 2008 by Jersey’s former Bailiff (chief justice) Sir Philip Bailhache, in 2009 it launched the Jersey Law Course for lawyers seeking to qualify as advocates or solicitors in Jersey.

Since October 2010, it has offered tuition to students enrolled for a University of London LLB degree. Tuition is delivered weekly by a team of experienced senior academics from UK and French universities.

The Institute is based in St Helier, the capital of Jersey, at the heart of the international financial centre.

Dr Sasha Holden
Associate Dean of the Institute of Law

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What our students say

Iselin Jones

Iselin Jones - Bachelor of Laws

"The Institute of Law was a great option that offered teaching by fantastic visiting lecturers, which to me seemed as good an option as any other mainland alternative. Being a graduate entry student, I have had the traditional university experience, so smaller classes with more intimate tuition was perfect for me. Having completed the degree, and come out with a 2:1, I look back on this as one of the greatest challenges of my life, but most of all I have been inspired - inspired to think in a completely different way and to stretch my imagination in terms of future career options."

Graduation date: 2017
Students at Institute of Law, Jersey

Launched in 2008, the Institute of Law is based in St Helier, the capital of Jersey.