Extract from the roll

An extract from the roll sets out a solicitor’s regulatory history from admission to the roll onwards. You may need an extract from the roll to support an application to qualify in another jurisdiction.

What you get

An extract from the roll sets out:

  • your name
  • your SRA number
  • your admission date
  • the years in which you held a practising certificate
  • whether you hold a current practising certificate (We may disclose any conditions on it.)
  • whether you have findings and orders against you (We may include them.)
  • your employment history as held on our records.
 

Who can apply

  • Solicitors admitted in England and Wales can apply for an extract from the roll. You do not need to be on the roll to be able to apply for an extract.
  • We cannot accept applications for extracts from the roll from third parties.
 

Fee

  • The fee for an extract from the roll is £100.
  • There is a 20 percent VAT fee if applicable.
  • For credit card transactions, there is a handling fee of 1.75 percent.
 

Before applying

The information in the extract is copied directly from our records. To check the information we have on record, contact us

Applying for yourself

Payment method What you need to do
Card
Bank transfer Download our Individual request form (PDF 1 pages, 14K)

We cannot accept requests for extracts from the roll from third parties.

The information in the extract is copied directly from our records. To check the information we have on record, contact us