Master of the Rolls

The Master of the Rolls is the Head of Civil Justice, and the second most senior judicial position in England and Wales after the Lord Chief Justice. By virtue of the office, he/she is a judge of the Court of Appeal and the president of its Civil Division. As a head of division and member of the Privy Council, he/she has the prefix of ‘Right Honourable’.

How to Address the Master of the Rolls

The recommended style of address is as follows:

Beginning of letter Dear Master of the Rolls or according to title
Envelope The Rt Hon The Master of the Rolls
Verbal address  According to title or Master of the Rolls
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