Can I Please Take My Hat Off? Parameters of Off-Duty Conduct

  • 06 Apr 2100
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Where should regulators draw the line and what factors should they consider in the course of governing a registrant for off-duty conduct? Can a registrant ever take his or her professional hat off? With increasing scrutiny on self-regulation and public accountability, it is important for regulators to manage off-duty conduct in a way that maintains the public’s trust and confidence. Regulators will be presented with case law and standards to demonstrate what to avoid and what to emulate. The audience will be engaged with questions that illustrate examples of questionable off-duty conduct and how such conduct should be governed. Speakers will consider what it means for a conduct to “bring a profession into disrepute” and present cross-comparison analysis of various standards that apply in multiple professions.


Esther Jeon, Legal Counsel, Real Estate Council of BC
Robin K. McKechney, Partner, Steinecke Maciura LeBlanc
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