Citation issued:  December 22, 2010; amended february 6, 2012

Pamela Suzanne Boles

Citations are issued by the Law Society of BC's Discipline Committee and list allegations against a lawyer which will be considered at a discipline hearing. Please note that allegations in a citation are unproven until a discipline hearing panel has determined their validity.

Nature of conduct to be inquired into:

1. Between 2004 and 2008, you had the following monetary judgments were entered against you or your law corporation Pamela S. Boles Law Corporation, which you or your law corporation failed to satisfy within seven days after the date of entry of each judgment. You failed to notify the Executive Director in writing of the circumstances of each judgment and your proposal for satisfying each judgment, contrary to Law Society Rule 3-44(1):

a. Certificate filed in the Federal Court of Canada on October 21, 2008 under [number] against you for $16,348.77 plus interest.

b. Certificate filed in the Federal Court of Canada on January 9, 2008 under [number] against you for $193,527.48 plus interest.

c. Certificate filed in the Federal Court of Canada on March 16, 2005 under [number] against you for $157,019.45 plus interest.

d. Certificate filed in the Federal Court of Canada on August 6, 2004 under [number] against your law corporation for $25,415.75 plus interest.

e. Certificate filed in the Federal Court of Canada on July 27, 2004 under [number] against your law corporation for $48,005.06 plus interest.

f. Certificate filed in the Federal Court of Canada on April 20, 2004 under [number] against your law corporation for $22,667.87 plus interest.

g. Certificate filed in the Federal Court of Canada on February 6, 2004 under [number] against you for $9.371.91 plus interest.

h. Certificate filed in British Columbia Supreme Court on September 8, 2005 under Action No. [number] against your law corporation in regard to an obligation in default under the Social Service Tax Act in the amount of $6,528.46.

i. Certificate filed in British Columbia Supreme Court on May 11, 2005 under Action No. [number] against your law corporation in regard to an obligation in default under the Social Service Tax Act in the amount of $9,152.04.

This conduct constitutes one or more of a breach of the Act or Rules, professional misconduct, and/or incompetence of duties as a lawyer.