Unauthorized Practitioner

Bryfogle, R. Charles

On June 11, 2015, Madam Justice Gray found R. Charles Bryfogle, of Kamloops, BC, in contempt of two court orders prohibiting him from prosecuting actions on behalf of others and from instituting proceedings without obtaining leave of the court and for failing to inform the Law Society of his involvement in the legal matters of others. The court suspended Bryfogle’s sentence for three years and placed him under a recognizance for one year, during which time he must complete 100 hours of community service in a field not related to law. Further, during that year, he may not enter any courthouse or file any documents without permission of his probation officer and leave of the court. The court expanded the injunction to require Bryfogle to inform the Law Society of any legal matter to which he is a party and awarded the Law Society its special costs. Bryfogle had previously been found in contempt in 2012. (June 12, 2015)

Related documents:






If you have any questions or concerns with respect to unauthorized practice, or would like to report a possible instance of unauthorized practice, please phone the Law Society or email us at uap@lsbc.org.

« Back | Start a new search

For background information on unauthorized practice, visit What is Unauthorized Practice?

To file a complaint against someone you believe is providing unregulated legal services, contact the Law Society at uap@lsbc.org.