Unauthorized Practitioner

Levesque, Jacqueline

Jacqueline Levesque, of Prince George, is a former lawyer who resigned in the face of disciplinary proceedings in 2010. In 2012, the Law Society received information that Levesque provided legal services to a collection company and appeared in court on its behalf. Levesque consented to an order prohibiting her from engaging in the practice of law for or without a fee, including giving or offering legal advice, negotiating the settlement of a claim for damages, drafting legal documents and representing herself as a lawyer or otherwise capable of practising law. Leveque is prohibited from commencing, prosecuting or defending an action in any court, unless acting on her own behalf. Levesque must also inform the Law Society of her involvement in any legal matter whatsoever, except where she is representing herself without counsel. These prohibitions will remain in place until Leveque is reinstated as a member in good standing with the Law Society.

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