Joshua R Quinn


Joshua R Quinn

Joshua R Quinn



+44 (0)1624 695800




University of Durham, Bachelor of Science in Environmental Geosciences BSc (Hons)


College of Law, Graduate Diploma in Law


College of Law, Legal Practice Course
University of Law, Bachelors in Law LLB (Hons)


Higher Rights of Audience (Civil Courts England and Wales)
Admitted to the Roll of Solicitors (England and Wales)


Advocate Isle of Man

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Law Society of England and Wales (2015)

Isle of Man Law Society (2017)

Isle of Man Young Lawyers Association (Education Secretary 2018-2020) (Treasurer 2020 to date)

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Legal directory endorsements

"Totally professional and have their clients best interest at the forefront"

Legal 500 (2022 Edition)

Joshua Quinn - Rising Star
"M&P Legal is uniquely positioned as the only employment speciailist practice in the Isle of Man"

Legal 500 (2022 Edition)

Recommended for Employment Law

"John Aycock and Joshua Quinn are confident and reliable."

Legal 500 (2021 Edition)

Historic legal directory endorsements

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Significant cases

Pye v Douglas Borough Council (Isle of Man Employment and Equality Tribunal, 10 March 2021): Represented Complainant at three-day hearing of a Complaint for unlawful deductions. The Complainant had received contractual sick pay under the terms of his contract for the period during which he was shielding against the Coronavirus/ COVID 19 as advised by his GP in his medical certificate. The Respondent knew that the Complainant was in Cyprus at the time of the sick note and when it agreed to pay contractual sick pay. The Respondent claimed that the Complainant was not “ready, willing and available” for work as he was in Cyprus and therefore sought to claw back these payments made under the contractual sick pay by deducting the Complainant’s wages. The Complainant was successful in establishing contractual sick pay was properly payable for this period and that his wages had therefore been unlawfully deducted. Click here for judgment.

Versluijs v Department of Home Affairs (Fire and Rescue Service) (Isle of Man Employment and Equality Tribunal, 5 March 2020): Represented Complainant at five-day hearing of a complaint for unfair dismissal on the basis of the Complainant having made protected disclosures colloquially referred to as “whistleblowing”. In addition the Complainant also claimed for pre and post dismissal detriment as a result of his whistleblowing. Unanimous decision found that the reason for the Complainant’s dismissal was the whistleblowing and not the allegations of misconduct which had been put forward by the Respondent and that the Complainant had suffered detriment. Click here for judgment.

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