The Nova Scotia Courts are introducing additional measures that will help minimize the spread of the COVID-19 virus in this province, while keeping the Courts open and continuing to process cases.
Members of the Bar and other legal professionals are advised that starting Monday, March 16, anyone entering a courthouse will be asked if they have travelled outside of the country in the last 14 days.
February InForum: Conduct unbecoming: What should the Society do when it comes to social media gossip, posts and behaviour?Continue reading “February InForum”
As the Canadian Centre for Professional Legal Education (CPLED) continues to develop and prepare to launch the new Practice Readiness Education Program (PREP), refinements to their processes are ongoing and this has resulted in minor changes to the previously released schedule.
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.Continue reading “Conduct unbecoming: What should the Society do when it comes to social media gossip, posts and behaviour?”
Congratulations to the following 14 lawyers on their new Queen's Counsel designations