A Metis lawyer has resigned from her profession.
In a decision posted on the Law Society of Saskatchewan’s website, Michelle Leclair-Harding has apparently stepped away from the legal community.
She was initially stripped of her ability to practice law in the province back in 2011.
At the time the society accused the Metis lawyer of abandoning her legal practise and clients.
In a decision posted on the society’s website, Leclair apparently admitted that she failed to make proper arrangements for the proper winding up of her practise before she left for New Brunswick.
It also says an additional complaint was laid against her in February of 2011 for her conduct at a Metis Nation Legislative Assembly.
The Society says she never responded to the complaint.
Her decision to resign was accepted by the Law Society on October 29th of this year.