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Judicial Greffe

About the Judicial Greffe

​​​​We provide support to ensure the effective operation of the following courts and tribunals:

  • Court of Appeal
  • Royal Court
  • Magistrate's Court
  • Youth Court
  • Petty Debts Court
  • Jersey Employment and Discrimination Tribunal
  • Social Security Appeal Tribunal
  • Social Security Medical Appeal Tribunal
  • Income Support Medical Appeal Tribunal
  • Health and Safety Appeal Tribunal
  • Mental Health Review Tribunal
  • Planning Tribunal

The Judicial Greffe supports a variety of different areas of judicial work, including:

  • intellectual property registrations
  • family law
  • land registration
  • wills

Each week, the Royal Court sits on Friday to hear general matters. The name of this court, the Samedi Court, and the name of this department, the Judicial Greffe, reflect the historic roots of Jersey law in Norman French law.

Judicial Greffier

Advocate Adam J Clarke

Making a complaint ​​​​​​against a judge

You can find out how to make a complaint against a judge or the Bailiff in the documents​ below.

Download the Judicial Complaints Procedure document (size 161kb)​

Download the Bailiff Complaints Procedure document (size 97kb)

Making a complaint to the Judicial Greffe

Find out how to make a complaint to the Jersey Court Service.

Who to contact

01534 441300

Where to go

Judicial Greffe
Royal Court House
Royal Square
St. Helier

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Monday to Thursday 08.45 - 1pm and 2pm - 5.15pm; Friday 08.45 - 1pm and 2pm - 4.45pm
Time of day
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