Unauthorized Practitioner

Ramzan, Nashamen

Nashamen Ramzan, of Richmond, BC, consented to an injunction prohibiting her from engaging in the practice of law, representing herself as a lawyer or otherwise qualified to practise law, and from commencing, prosecuting or defending proceedings in any court on behalf of others. The Law Society alleged that Ramzan had drafted various documents for a fee relating to an immigration matter. Further, the Law Society alleged that Ramzan charged a fee to commence and prosecute a family law proceeding and held herself out as a legal representative while doing so. Ramzan agreed to pay $3,500 in restitution and $1,500 representing the Law Society’s costs. (2 June 2016)

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