About JLIB

The Jersey Legal Information Board supports and participates in the free access to law movement.

The Vision

To promote Jersey’s legal system to be, and be recognised as, amongst the global best.


To achieve its Vision, JLIB brings together in one organisation the heads of the judicial and legal departments and other key interests, and works together in partnership to:

  • formulate strategy to make the law and legal documents accessible to the public via its website
  • further the cause of Access to Justice in Jersey
  • promote the better coordination of Jersey’s justice system
  • provide research and development to assist in the provision of an integrated legal system
  • liaise with other key groups delivering in similar areas
  • support Jersey’s position as a leading business centre

JLIB Board Members

The Board was formed in August 1998 to create a vision and set the direction for Jersey's Legal Information Systems. Membership of the Board comprises:

The Bailiff, Tim le Cocq
Chairman of the Jersey Legal Information Board
The Bailiff is the Chief Justice and President of the Royal Court, President of the Court of Appeal and Speaker of the States of Jersey. He is the Civic Head of the Island.

Neville Benbow
Representative, Law Society of Jersey

Adam Clarke
Judicial Greffier and responsible for the administration of the Island's courts

Alexandra Corner
Representative, Law Society of Jersey

Steven Dicker
Representative, Modernisation & Digital, Government of Jersey

Marcus Ferbrache
Programme Director, Jersey Legal Information Board

Lisa Hart
Greffier of the States

Stephanie Peat
Chief Operating Officer, Judicial Greffe

Robert MacRae
Deputy Bailiff

Mark Temple
Attorney General

to be appointed
Treasury Minister's appointee

Lucy Marsh Smith
Principal Legislative Drafter

Matthew Thompson
Master of the Royal Court


Adviser to the Board
David Zimmerman