Voisin Law History
Founded by Edward Voisin.
First family partnership was formed between father and son Edward & Albert Voisin operating in Royal Square, St Helier.
Albert is joined by his nephew Ralph Voisin.
The firm merges to become Voisin, Renouf, Ereaut, Gibaut. Subsequently, Sir Frank Ereaut becomes the Bailiff.
Ralph Voisin is appointed as magistrate of Jersey’s Police Court, now known as Magistrate’s Court.
The firm relocates from Royal Square to Templar House.
The firm is named Michael Voisin & Co with Michael Voisin leading the way promoting Jersey as an International Finance Centre.
VG (formerly Volaw) is established out of the legal practice to provide trust and corporate services.
Michael Voisin & Co acts for the official receiver in the estate of Sir Charles Clore.
The American Endeavour case. Michael Voisin & Co acts in complex multi-jurisdictional fund litigation with parallel proceedings in the USA and Jersey.
Michael Voisin & Co acts on the first Shariah compliant fund in Jersey.
Michael Voisin retires and the firm becomes Voisin Law.
Voisin Law acts on award winning Caravan Sukuk structure.
Voisin Law acts for one of the main parties in a dispute concerning the ownership of the now iconic Shard.
The firm moves from Templar House to 37 Esplanade.
Black Sea. Voisin Law makes the first successful regulatory application to re-launch an existing end-of-life collective investment fund as a new fund vehicle.
In 2019 Voisin Law celebrates a milestone anniversary, having been at the heart of legal matters in Jersey for 150 years.