The Investigator is an investigation specialist assigned to the planning and conduct of timely, consistent investigations working independently or as a member of a team, under the provisions of The Law Society Act, covering a wide range of issues relating to (i) the professional conduct of Licensees, (ii) the unauthorized provision of legal services by non-Licensees and (iii) the good character of Licensee applicants. This includes development of disposition proposals in keeping with the Law Society’s public interest mandate, legislation, by-laws and policies, and where investigations files fail to reach settlement and/or are subject to disciplinary action, may involve coordinating work with Discipline Counsel as well as testimony in regulatory and court proceedings. Investigation files deal with political and media sensitive issues, subject to full public scrutiny.
Client / Customer Service Delivery
Performance Goals, Targets and Standards
Relationship and Alliance Building
Communication and Interpersonal Skills
Problem Solving and Judgement
Technical Competence / Professional Knowledge