List of members of the judiciary of Jersey

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Court of Appeal of Jersey[edit]

Members of the Court of Appeal are appointed under the Court of Appeal (Jersey) Law 1961.[1] The Court of Appeal sits for seven to eight weeks during the year.[2]

Current members of the Court of Appeal of Jersey[edit]

Name Year appointed Other judicial roles Professional background
Sir Michael Birt 2009 (ex officio President of the Court of Appeal)[3] Bailiff of Jersey since 2009 Deputy Bailiff of Jersey 2000-09; HM Attorney General of Jersey 1994-2000; formerly partner in Ogier & Le Cornu
William Bailhache 2009 (ex officio member of the Court of Appeal)[3] Deputy Bailiff of Jersey since 2009 HM Attorney General of Jersey 2000-09
Hon Michael Beloff QC 1995 deputy High Court judge, England and Wales barrister at Blackstone Chambers, London, specialising in human rights, administrative and sports law[4]
Sir John Nutting QC 1995 deputy High Court judge, England and Wales First Senior Treasury Counsel[5]
James McNeill QC 1996 - Scottish advocate specialising in commercial and trusts law[6]
Dame Heather Steel DBE 2004 High Court judge, England and Wales (Queen's Bench Division) 1993-2001 -
Michael Jones QC 2005 part-time chairman of the Police Appeals Tribunal formerly a barrister in England and advocate in Scotland, specialising in aviation, media law and product liability; now a partner in the Scottish law firm Simpson & Marwick[7]
John Martin QC 2007 deputy High Court judge in England and Wales since 1993 barrister at Wilberforce Chambers, London, specialising in chancery and commercial matters[8]
Clare Montgomery QC 2007 deputy High Court judge in England and Wales since 2003 barrister at Matrix Chambers, London, specialising in criminal, regulatory and fraud law[9]
Nigel Pleming QC 2007 deputy High Court judge in England and Wales since 1998 barrister at 39 Essex Street, London specialising in administrative and public law, human rights and civil liberties, immigration and tax law[10]
Sir Hugh Bennett 2010 High Court judge in England and Wales (Family Division) 1995-2002[11] -
Christopher Nugee QC 2011 deputy High Court judge in England and Wales (Chancery Division) since 2003 barrister at Wilberforce Chambers, London, specialising in commercial law[12]
Jonathan Crow QC 2011 deputy High Court judge in England and Wales since 2001 barrister at 4 Stone Buildings, London, specialising in commercial litigation and international trust work[13]
Richard Collas 2012 Bailiff of Guernsey; ex offico President of the Guernsey Court of Appeal Deputy Bailiff of Guernsey 2005-12; partner in law firm Collas Day until 2005[14]

Former members of the Court of Appeal of Jersey[edit]

Bailiff and Deputy Bailiff of Jersey[edit]

Current Bailiff and Deputy Bailiff[edit]

Name Year appointed Other judicial roles Professional background
Sir Michael Birt Bailiff of Jersey 2009 ex officio President of the Court of Appeal[3] Deputy Bailiff of Jersey 2000-09; HM Attorney General of Jersey 1994-2000; formerly partner in Ogier & Le Cornu
William Bailhache Deputy Bailiff of Jersey 2009 ex officio member of the Jersey Court of Appeal[3] HM Attorney General of Jersey 2000-09

Former Bailiffs and Deputy Bailiffs[edit]

The Deputy Bailiff (Appointment and Functions)(Jersey) Law 1958 created the office of Deputy Bailiff to cope with the Bailiff's increasing workload.[31] The list below is of holders of the office of Deputy Bailiff who were not subsequently appointed as Bailiff.

Commissioners of the Royal Court[edit]

Under the Royal Court (Jersey) Law 1948, Part II, Commissioners of the Royal Court are appointed by the Bailiff for the hearing of a specified cause or matter or a specified term.[32]

Current Commissioners of the Royal Court[edit]

Name Year appointed Other judicial roles Professional background
Bruce Blair QC deputy High Court Judge (Family Division) in England and Wales since 1990; chairman British Horseracing Authority Appeal Board[33] barrister at 1 Hare Court, London, specialising in family law[34]
Julian Clyde-Smith retired Jersey advocate and former partner in the law firm Ogier; founding member of the Jersey Financial Services Commission in 1997.[35]
Howard Page QC former deputy president of Lloyd's Appeal Tribunal 2000-2010.[36] barrister in England, specialising in commercial and construction law
Sir Christopher Pitchers formerly a Recorder, then a Circuit Judge and from 2002-08 a High Court judge in England and Wales.[37] called to the Bar of England and Wales 1965
Pamela Scriven QC deputy High Court Judge (Family Division) in England and Wales called to the Bar of England and Wales 1970[38]
Sir Charles Gray formerly a High Court judge in England and Wales associate member of 5RB barristers' chambers[39]

Former Commissioners of the Royal Court[edit]

  • Sir Richard Tucker (2003-July 2010), a retired High Court judge. He 'was initially appointed for a number of individual cases but in April 2004 was appointed for 12 months', an appointment that was renewed annually until his 80th birthday.[40]
  • Sir Geoffrey Nice QC (2006–2009)
  • Sir Philip Bailhache (2009-July 2011), a retired Bailiff of Jersey
  • Lord Sumption OBE PC QC. Already serving as a judge of the Jersey Court of Appeal, he was appointed as a Commissioner of the Royal Court in December 2010 but stated his intention to relinquish his judicial appointments in Jersey before he took his seat on the UK Supreme Court.[41]

Jurats[edit]

The Jurats are lay people who are the judges of fact when the Royal Court sits as the Inferior Number, and also pass sentence in criminal matters heard by the Royal Court. They hold office until the age of 72.

Current Jurats[edit]

Name Year elected Election details Background
Jill Clapham 1998 (appointed Lieutenant-Bailiff 2011) retired teacher; member of the Governing Body of St. Michael's Preparatory School[42]
Stanley Le Cornu 2004 retired insurance manager; formerly a States member as Deputy and Connétable of St Clement[43]
Peter Morgan 2004 contested election with three candidates: Mr Morgan; Captain Brian Nibbs, a former Harbourmaster; and Mr Sam Le Breton, a former police superintendent retired chartered accountant; former director of Abacus Financial Services Group, formerly chair of the Samaritans in Jersey; former member of the Youth Court Panel[44]
Geoffrey Fisher 2009 retired chartered accountant; formerly a States member as Connétable of St Lawrence[45]
Robert (Bob) Kerley 2009 retired superintendent registrar[46]
Suzanne Marett-Crosby 2009 retired States of Jersey clerk; former director of the Samaritans in Jersey[46]
Paul Nicolle 2010 retired Director of Employee Development in the States of Jersey Human Resources Department; chairman of the governors of Beaulieu Convent School, Jersey[47]
Collette Crill 2011 retired librarian; chair of the Jersey Amnesty International group; member of the Amnesty International UK board 2012-15;[48] former Youth Court Panel member[49]
Sylvia Milner 2011 retired medical practitioner; former member of the Attendance Allowance Board and the Income Support Medical Appeal Tribunal[50]
Anthony Olsen 2011 retired advocate of the Royal Court; former bâtonnier (head of the Jersey Bar); founding partner and former chairman of law firm Carey Olsen[51]
Mike Liston OBE 2012 former chief executive of Jersey Electricity, chairman of Jersey Post, and the Jersey Appointments Commission[52]
Charles Blampied 2012

Former Jurats[edit]

This list contains jurats appointed from 1945.[53]

  • 1945-__ George Philip Billot
  • 1946-__ William John Jervoise Collas
  • 1946-__ Neville Godfray Hind
  • 1946-__ John Le Marquand
  • 1946-__ Percy Chambers Cabot
  • 1947-__ Hedley Le Riche Edwards
  • 1949-__ Reginald Philip Roissier
  • 1949-__ Sir Daniel Alfred Edmond Cabot, formerly Chief Veterinary Officer of the United Kingdom
  • 1949-__ Christopher John Molesworthy Riley, Seigneur of Trinity, Lieutenant-Colonel in the Royal Artillery
  • 1949-__ Guy Malet de Carteret
  • 1950-__ Gerald Renouf
  • 1950-__ Cdr Edward Owen Obbard, DSC, GM (RN)
  • 1951-__ Col Henry Monckton Vatcher, MC
  • 1953-__ Donald Philip Norman
  • 1954-65 Clifford Orange, educated at Victoria College he was Deputy for St Brelade 1934-37 and Chief Aliens Officer 1937-46.
  • 1954-__ Major Leslie Thomas Anthoine, educated at Victoria College and Bristol University, he was Connétable of St Saviour 1923-48
  • 1955-__ Ernest Benest was educated at Victoria College and had a career as a bank manager
  • 1955-__ Capt Francis Ahier was a merchant seaman
  • 1955-59 Major General Basil Charles Davey, CB CBE, formerly a professional soldier
  • 1955-__ Brigadier Stuart Douglas Graham, formerly a professional soldier
  • 1957-__ Francis Renouf Billot
  • 1958-__ Edward John Syvret
  • 1959-__ Cecil Ernest Esnouf
  • 1959-__ Capt Bertram Liott Blampied, educated at Victoria College and Sandhurst, he was the grandson of Jurat T. Blampied and Jurat C.G. Renouf.
  • 1960-__ Francis Le Boutillier
  • 1962-__ Alfred John Du Feu
  • 1963-__ William Eugene de Faye was educated at Victoria College and called to the English and Jersey Bars in 1925 after which he worked in banking in England and Jersey. He was chairman of the Jersey branch of the United Nations Association.
  • 1963-__ John Herbert Pallot
  • 1964-__ Stuart Philip Pepin
  • 1964-__ Richard Durnford Lloyd was educated at Victoria College and called to the English and Jersey Bars in 1937; he served in the Colonial Legal Service in Nigeria and Malta.
  • 1965-__ Francis Edward Luce, educated at Oxenford House, he was a farmer and served as a Deputy 1954-65.
  • 1966-__ Ralph Edward Bishop Voisin, educated at Victoria College was called to the Jersey Bar in 1925 and served as Deputy for St Brelade 1937-45; he was the Magistrate 1957-64.
  • 1966-__ Herbert Brooke
  • 1966-__ Robert Hyland, MBE had a career with Midland Bank.
  • 1967-__ Raymond Frank Le Brocq was educated at Jersey Modern School and was a director of Jersey Road Transport Ltd and Jersey Motor Transport Co Ltd.
  • 1968-__ William Francis Alfred Hamilton
  • 1968-__ Roy Ernest Bailhache OBE
  • 1969-__ Arthur Alfred Henry Downer
  • 1969-__ Dennis William Ryan, educated at Victoria College and Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, he was Connétable of St Helier and a director of various companies.
  • 1972-82 Lester Vivian Bailhache MA, was educated at Victoria College. Shrewsbury and Merton College, Oxford; he was called to the English Bar and in 1933 to the Jersey Bar. Lieutenant Bailiff 1980-82, he served as Deputy of St Clement; his sons, Sir Philip Bailhache and William Bailhache, became Bailiff and Deputy Bailiff.
  • 1974-__ Herbert Henry Le Quesne
  • 1974-__ Henry Perrée
  • 1975-__ Raymond Helleur le Cornu
  • 1975-__ Hon John Coutanche, a brewer and son of a former Bailiff, Lord Coutanche
  • 1975-__ John Harold Vint, a farmer[54]
  • 1977-__ Maxwell Gordon Lucas
  • 1977-86 Leslie Alexander Picot, educated at Jersey Modern School, he qualified as an accountant in 1934 becoming a partner in Alex Picot & Co. He was a Methodist local preacher
  • 1977-__ George Norman Simon
  • 1980-20__ Peter Gilroy Blampied
  • 1980-2001 Barbara Myles OBE, a medical practitioner specialising in children's medicine and free-lance journalist, she served on the Jersey Juvenille Court Panel 1970-80; she was the first woman jurat
  • 1982-__ Clarence Sheppard Dupré
  • 1985-__ Michael Walter Bonn, educated at Eton he was director of a number of finance companies and served as Deputy of St Peter 1978-84[55]
  • 1986-__ John James Morel Orchard was educated in the UK and Ireland and had a career in banking after service in the RAF
  • 1986-__ Geoffrey Hubert Hamon
  • 1986-____ Charles Leonard Gruchy, a veterinary surgeon, was educated at Victoria College and Edinburgh University
  • 1987-2003 Mazel Joan Le Ruez MBE, educated at the Girls Collegiate School she became Island Commissioner of the Girl Guides; she was a guest house proprietor served as a panel member of the Juvenile Court[56]
  • 1989-____ Alfred (known as Alf) Vibert was a farmer, director of a building firm and guest house proprietor involved in the Honorary Police in St Brelade
  • 1990-____ Ernest William ("Nick") Herbert, founding chairman of the Council for the Protection of Jersey's Heritage
  • 1991-2004 Michael Arthur (known as Mike) Rumfitt (Lieutenant Bailiff 2003-04) was educated at Victoria College and had a career in journalism, retiring as editor of the Jersey Evening Post[57]
  • 1994-____ Edward James MacGregor Potter, educated at Manchester Grammar School, he was formerly a law draftsman and Greffier to the States of Jersey[58]
  • 1995-2011 Philip John de Veulle OBE (1995–2011, Lieutenant Bailiff from 1999); a retired chartered accountant, he also served as chairman of the Jersey Heritage Trust
  • 1996-2004 Arthur Philip Quérée served as Connétable of St Ouen[59]
  • 1997-2010 Sally Carolyn Le Brocq OBE, a founding member of Victim Support Jersey, her father was the Bailiff Cecil Harrision[60]
  • 1997-2012 John Claude Tibbo (Lieutenant Bailiff 2010-12): educated at Victoria College, he worked for Midland Bank in Jersey for 37 years until his retirement in 1996. He was a Commissioner of the Jersey Financial Services Commission 1998-2005 and in 2011 was appointed a non-executive director of Jersey Development Company Ltd.[61]
  • 1998-2009 Roy Malcolm Bullen, formerly the Jersey Habourmaster and chairman of the Jersey Lifeboat Management Group[62]
  • 1998-2012 John Lyndon Le Breton, former Vice Principal of Victoria College
  • 1999-2006 Donald Henry Georgelin
  • 1999-2009 Geoffrey Charles Allo[46]
  • 2003-11 Lorna Jean (known as Jean) King, MBE,a former nurse and founder of Jersey Hospice Care[63]
  • 2004-09 Mary Newcombe, formerly Greffier to the States of Jersey[64]
  • 2004-11 Paul Frith Liddiard, a dental surgeon.

Magistrate and Assistant Magistrates of Jersey[edit]

Name Year appointed Notes/Professional background
Bridget Shaw Magistrate 2013
Deputy Magistrate 2008
lawyer working for the Crown Prosecution Service in England and latterly for the Law Officers’ Department in Jersey.[65]
Sworn in as magistrate on 15 March 2013.[66]

Former Magistrates[edit]

External links[edit]

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