LSBC & OUC vs. professional code of conduct documentation

Having dealt with British Columbia’s lawyers lawyering standards, these sections of the professional code of conduct raise multiple questions —

Yeah, right:

Policy is a non-legal matter that would have required a limited scope retainer if a lawyer could discuss policy as expertly as they could matters of the law:

would have been helpful:

“Knowingly” is held to the reasonable person test per the institution’s policy:

Falsifying the investigations policy should count:

how was my “investigation” not this?

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