A Certificate of Permission to Act entitles a lawyer who is not a member of the Law Society of Yukon to represent client(s) on a specific case or matter for a specific period of time. There is no limit to the number of Certificates of Permission that a lawyer may hold at one time. The Law Society may be contacted to provide clarification, subject to privacy concerns, regarding the exact matter(s) on which the lawyer is permitted to act.
The following lawyers have Certificates of Permission to Act.
LAW SOCIETY OF YUKON PUBLIC NOTICE
Changes in 2017 Membership Status
On an annual basis, the Law Society of Yukon will advise the public of the names of the lawyers who are no longer practising law in the Yukon Territory. Questions about this notice may be directed to the Law Society Office at 668-4231.
No members of the Law Society of Yukon are currently under disciplinary suspension.
No members of the Law Society of Yukon are currently disbarred.
Administrative suspensions are made for non-payment of annual fees, errors and omissions insurance levies or surcharges, or failure to complete or file required forms.
The following lawyers ceased practising law in the Yukon because they voluntarily resigned from the Law Society of Yukon:
Change In Status
The following lawyers changed their status to that of Non-Practising: