B-1, r. 14 - By-law respecting the professional training of advocates

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26. The articling supervisor shall be responsible for overseeing the articled student in the work place.
An advocate or member of the judiciary who submits a written application to the Committee and who has met the following conditions during the 5 years preceding the articling period and meets such conditions during the articling period may be an articling supervisor if:
(1)  he has been or is:
(a)  entered on the Roll of the Ordre des avocats;
(b)  a member of the judiciary;
(c)  in the situation referred to in section 24, a member of the bar association of the place in which a portion of the articling period will be completed;
(2)  he has not been the subject of disciplinary action by a disciplinary council of a bar association, by a disciplinary tribunal or by a judicial council;
(3)  he has not been required by a bar association to take a refresher training period or a refresher course under section 55 of the Professional Code (chapter C-26) or a similar provision; and
(4)  he has not been the subject of a decision rendered under section 51, 52.1 or 55.1 of the Professional Code.
O.C. 199-2005, s. 26.