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Practice and Professional Conduct

Professional regulatory bodies, such as provincial colleges of physicians and surgeons, colleges of nurses, etc. are mandated by provincial law to license, regulate and discipline their members and to ensure that all members of their respective professions adhere to Codes of Conduct and Professional Ethics. Since various professions have different governing bodies, the duties of each profession vary, but in general, these include avoiding conflicts of interests, complying with ethical codes, adhering to certain professional standards, being competent. Carswell has resources written by experts that cover these topics and more.

Essential Resources

The following resources help professional associations ensure that their members maintain their reputations and help to protect their interests.


The Regulation of Professions in Canada

 

 

The Regulation of Professions in Canada

A comprehensive synthesis of the law relating to the regulation of Canadian professions

 

This practical manual reviews the legislative framework and the significant body of case law relating to the regulation of Canadian professions, particularly as it applies to the issues of disciplining and licensing.

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Professional Liability in Canada

 

 

Professional Liability in Canada

A comprehensive resource examining the civil liability of professional occupations

 

This resource provides a thorough examination of the cases governing this area of law and covers the general principles that apply to all professionals. It also examines the liability pertaining to specific professionals such as lawyers, doctors, accountants, engineers, architects, financial advisors, bankers, real estate brokers, and agents.

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