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Callington Chambers is a Jersey law firm established by Advocate Vicky Milner in 2013. Advocate Davida Blackmore joined the firm in 2016. Advocates Milner and Blackmore are both members of The Law Society of Jersey.
We specialise in the provision of legal advice and representation in employment law and data protection matters. We will work with you, whether you are seeking advice on an employment dispute, discrimination, a data breach, data protection audit or subject access request. We also deal with a range of related areas including work-related personal injury, consultancy contracts, directorships and business licence applications and can assist with some other areas of law. Please find more information about Callington Chambers' areas of business here.
Callington Chambers provides representation in the Jersey Employment Tribunal, the Royal Court and other courts and tribunals of Jersey.
Callington Chambers is listed in the "Jersey - Employment" section of the Legal 500's 2017 edition which notes:
"Boutique firm Callington Chambers advises employers, public bodies and executives on cutting-edge employment law matters and data protection."
Advocate Vicky Milner was called to the English Bar in 1996 and the Jersey Bar in 2008. She specialises in employment law and also deals with a range of other matters. Please find more information about Vicky Milner here.
Advocate Davida Blackmore is an experienced litigator and information law specialist. She was called to the Jersey Bar in September 2010. Please find more information about Davida Blackmore here.
As an independent law firm Callington Chambers welcomes instructions from individuals and organisations.
It can be difficult to know whether or not formal legal advice is required and who may be best placed to advise you on a particular matter. Do contact us to discuss your requirements and our services.
Jersey is the largest of the Channel Islands, located to the west of the Cherbourg Peninsula. It is a Crown Dependency and is not part of the UK. Nor is it part of the European Union, although it is part of the European customs area and limited aspects of EU law apply to Jersey, primarily through the application of Protocol 3 to the UK's Treaty of Accession to the EC.
Jersey has an independent legal system, with its own courts, judges and procedures. Jersey's high level of autonomy, its distinct tax system, its links with the UK and factors such as its physical proximity to the continent, have made it the jurisdiction of choice for many individuals and businesses. (The IMF's 2009 "Financial System Stability Assessment Update" placed Jersey in the "top division" of international finance centres, ranking it higher than both the UK and the US. The 2015 MONEYVAL report described Jersey as a "well-established international financial centre, with a mature and sophisticated AML/CFT regime".)
Jersey has a rich heritage dating back to pre-historic times. Its rural and marine environments include areas of outstanding natural beauty and a diversity of ecological habitats.
Links for additional information about:
- Jersey law: http://www.jerseylaw.je
- The States of Jersey: http://www.gov.je
- Jersey's finance industry: http://www.jerseyfinance.je
- Doing business in Jersey: http://www.locatejersey.com