Unauthorized Practitioner

Chiang, Vivian Pei-Hua

On April 27, 2017, Madam Justice Dardi granted an injunction prohibiting former lawyer Vivian Pei-Hua Chiang, of Vancouver, from engaging in the practice of law, from representing herself as a lawyer, solicitor or as a member of the Law Society, and from commencing, prosecuting and defending proceedings in any court on behalf of others. The Court found that Chiang had wrongfully referred to herself as a solicitor of record in proceedings before the Federal Court while not a member of the Law Society. The Court awarded the Law Society $1,500 in costs.

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