Access a lawyer’s discipline history by searching their name, date, or type of discipline decision. Records from 1994 and earlier are available. Starting in 2014 full Discipline Committee Reasons for Decisions were published in addition to Discipline Case Digests.
Failure to Respond to the Law Society / Breach of Integrity / Failure to Preserve Client Property / Entered Into and Implemented a Scheme for Sharing Legal Fees with a Person who is not a Lawyer / Failure to Provide Direct and Adequate Supervision to Staff / Breach of Trust Accounting Rules / Failure to Maintain General Accounting Records / Received Cash from Clients but did not Maintain a Book of Duplicate Receipts / Incompetence / Conflict of Interest / Breach of Trust Condition / Duty to Lawyers – Failure to Respond to Communications / Quality of Service
Breach of Integrity (including Misappropriation) / Conflict of Interest / Quality of Service / Borrowing from Client /Guaranteeing Debt of a Client / Failure to Respond to the Law Society / Failure to Appear before the Complaints Investigation Committee