Conduct unbecoming: What should the Society do when it comes to social media gossip, posts and behaviour?

Robyn Schleihauf, NSBS Staff Lawyer, Early Resolution

As the public interest regulator of the legal profession, we receive concerns about lawyers’ conduct. With the rise of social media, we have increasingly received calls with concerns about what lawyers post online, whether it be on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or dating sites.

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Recap: Council in the Community with reachAbility

NSBS Council speaking with community members at November 22 event
Council & community member discussion at November 22nd Council in the Community event

NSBS Council hosted Council in the Community on Nov. 22 at the Halifax North Memorial Library.  Aside from giving members of the public insight into the operations of Council, the event, which was in partnership with reachAbility, was designed around promoting inclusion and accommodation within the legal profession.

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