Beginning in October, practicing lawyers in Nova Scotia can begin taking the Indigenous Intercultural Awareness and Competency Training called The Path.
The Hearing Committee of the Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society (the “Society”) will hold a hearing, at a date and time to be determined, respecting charges against Jeffrey Lattie, a member of the Society.
The Society charges Jeffrey Lattie, now or formerly of Truro, Nova Scotia with professional misconduct, professional incompetence, and conduct unbecoming in that he breached provisions of the Code of Professional Conduct (the “Code”), and the Legal Profession Act (the “Act”) and the Regulations made thereunder.
The Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society will be modifying the publication cycle of our monthly newsletter, InForum. Currently, the newsletter is published 11 times a year. Moving forward, InForum will be published only in the months following Council meetings (September, January, March, April, and June). Urgent communications will be sent from the Society on an as needed basis to ensure members receive necessary information in a timely manner.
If you have any questions, please reach out to the Society’s Projects Advisor at [email protected].
The Advisory Committee on King’s Counsel Appointments, chaired by the Honourable Justice Cindy A. Bourgeois, will convene in the fall to consider candidates for the next King’s Counsel appointments.
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