Junior Ebagua’s Licence Revocation Stands

detail-OCHToronto paralegal Junior Osas Ebagua’s licence revocation appeal has been dismissed.

Ebagua’s licence had been revoked in 2012, after a panel found he had engaged in professional misconduct and conduct unbecoming a paralegal licensee, and was ungovernable. A panel found he had:

  • Failed to provide written representations and documents as requested by the Law Society in regards to several complaints
  • Failed to provide books and records as requested by the Law Society in regards to several complaints
  • Failed to report to the Law Society as soon as reasonably practicable that he had been charged with committing offences under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (Canada)
  • Breached a condition of his Recognizance of Bail dated September 23, 2011 that required him to provide a copy of his Recognizance of Bail dated September 23, 2011 to the Law Society within 72 hours of his release, and thereby failed to conduct himself in such a way as to maintain the integrity of the paralegal profession.

The appeal is: Law Society of Upper Canada v. Ebagua, 2014 ONLSTA 40 (CanLII); the order is available at the LSUC site.

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