Practitioners

Roll of Australian Lawyers (Australia)

The Supreme Court maintains a register (called the “Roll of Practitioners”) containing details of all Australian lawyers who have been admitted to practise in Tasmania. It includes all solicitors, barristers, Queen’s Counsel and Senior Counsel.

The Roll is in the form of an Excel Spreadsheet. To view the file download, using the link below. To search, use Control + F to bring up a search box.

There are three worksheets available – The first one is for legal practitioners (barristers and solicitors), the second one for Queens’ Counsel, and the third for Senior Counsel.

A copy of the Roll of Practitioners can be downloaded from here.

There are three worksheets available in the spreadsheet – the first one is for legal practitioners (barristers and solicitors), the second one for Queens’ Counsel, and the third for Senior Counsel. Tabs to the different tables appear at the bottom of the spreadsheet.

1824 – 1831
For information about legal practitioners admitted to practise in the Supreme Court of Van Diemen’s Land for the years 1824-1831 see Early Practitioners of Van Diemen’s Land (last amended 25 November 2013). Many of these practitioners were admitted for a second time on 26 September 1831.