The Guernsey Bar
A Guernsey qualified lawyer is known as an Advocate.
An Advocate in private practice combines the roles of an English solicitor and barrister. He or she will both prepare a case and present it in court. Advocates quite often have lawyers from other jurisdictions working for them, but it is only the Guernsey Advocate who is able to appear in a Guernsey Court. Likewise, only a Guernsey Advocate can take responsibility for the conduct of certain transactions, for example, conveyancing and company formation. Typically these are areas where considerable trust and confidence is placed in the Advocate.
You will also find Advocates employed by the Crown and/or the States of Guernsey.  There are two Law Officers, HM Procureur and HM Comptroller (the equivalents of HM Attorney General and HM Solicitor General) assisted by a number of Crown Advocates, all of whom are also members of the Guernsey Bar.
There are also a number of Guernsey Advocates employed by various institutions and financial undertakings in the island, for example the Channel Island Stock Exchange, various banks other financial services businesses.
There are firms of Guernsey Advocates in all of the major islands comprising the Bailiwick of Guernsey, namely Guernsey, Alderney and Sark.
The Guernsey Advocate is, unsurprisingly, a specialist in Guernsey law and procedure.
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