Unauthorized Practitioner

Mansfield, Steven Neil

Other names: Bayshore Law Group

Former lawyer Steven Neil Mansfield, of Vancouver, doing business as Bayshore Law Group, consented to an injunction prohibiting him from engaging in the practice of law, representing himself as a lawyer and from commencing, prosecuting or defending proceedings in any court on behalf of others. In its petition, the Law Society alleged that after his membership ceased on January 1, 2017, Mansfield falsely represented himself as a lawyer and assisted a former client with the conveyance of her property. The Law Society alleged that Mansfield failed to forward the proceeds of the sale to his former client after the sale of the property concluded. The Law Society also alleged that after his membership had ceased, Mansfield drafted a will for the former client for or in the expectation of a fee.

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