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These steps by the Law Society and the CBABC illustrate Adams' link between jurisdiction and status, but as a function of degradation/diminishment rather than enhancement/elevation.
The lawyers' demarcationary responses came from Robert Gourlay, President of the CBABC, and Brian Wallace, Treasurer of the Law Society.
In October 2000, the CBABC responded in their internal publication, BarTalk, criticizing inconsistencies in the McCallum Report and claiming that they (the lawyers) were "deeply concerned about the protection of the public interest" because representation agreements were so "complex." (159) A flutter of media attention followed.
(170) It is unclear when and how the Law Society and the CBABC first became aware of the notaries' in roads with the Attorney General, but "[o]n September 8, 2010, the Ministry initiated a ...
When the CBABC tried it anyway, the government ignored them.