Law Society takes unauthorized practice action
The Law Society is frequently able to stop non-lawyers from engaging in the unauthorized practice of law without seeking a court injunction, by instead obtaining undertakings from them. In some of these instances, the non-lawyers may not have been aware of the restrictions on the delivery of legal services or may not appreciate how their lack of legal knowledge and skills can put other people at risk.
The Law Society recently obtained undertakings and covenants from the following people and businesses:
Editor's note: Information on unauthorized practice undertakings is only published online for two years. As a result, some of this article is no longer available.