IF YOU ARE A MEMBER OF THE SOCIETY
Supporting Advocates and Legal Professionals
The Isle of Man Law Society is the oldest Manx professional body, formed by the Law Society Act 1859 passed by Tynwald. The Society was originally established to provide access to the Law Library, which holds legal case histories and the profession’s reference books. Over the years however, the Society’s role has developed significantly and apart from now dealing with the administration of the Society’s business and its interrelationship with government and other connected bodies, it has certain disciplinary functions in respect of its members and has responsibilities concerning the education and guidance to the membership as a whole.
All Manx Advocates must be members of the Law Society.