Jessica Roland practised in England as a solicitor, conducting general litigation and appearing in courts, before returning to Guernsey in 1998. She practises commercial and common law litigation, specialising in employment law and human/corporate rights.
She has substantial experience before Guernsey courts at all levels, and has advised some of the island’s largest institutions on dealing with non-contentious and contentious employment matters including redundancies. Roland lectures and advises in this area for both locally based and international corporations with Guernsey employment issues, and frequently contributes articles on employment law. She has appeared before the Guernsey employment tribunal on numerous occasions.
Roland qualified as a solicitor (England, currently non-practising) in 1997 and an advocate (Guernsey) in 1999. She was appointed notary public in 2006. She is accredited as a mediator by the Centre of Dispute Resolution (CEDR).
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