Lord Justice-Clerk (Scotland)

In the Scottish judiciary the Lord Justice-Clerk is the deputy of the Lord Justice-General. On taking his seat on the Bench he receives a title, but is always described by his Office. The Lord Justice Clerk is a privy counsellor and may be a peer.

How to Address the Lord Justice-Clerk

The recommended social form of address is:

Beginning of letter Dear Lord Justice-Clerk
End of letter Yours sincerely
Envelope The Rt Hon the Lord Justice-Clerk (if a Privy Counsellor, otherwise The Hon the Lord Justice-Clerk)
Verbal communication Lord Justice-Clerk
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