18 June 2019

Alexander Harris Wilson failed to maintain high standards of professional and personal conduct and justify public trust in himself, his profession and the provision of legal services; failed to act with honesty and integrity; and failed to deal openly with his regulator, contrary to Principle 2, outcome 2.2; Principle 3, outcome 3.2; and Principle 4, outcome 4.4 of the CILEx Code of Conduct 2010, in that, on or around 15 May 2017, he submitted a misleading report to CILEx Regulation regarding the circumstances surrounding his prior conduct declaration.

Alexander Wilson admitted the allegation of misconduct against him in full and agreed with CILEx Regulation to accept a sanction under a Determination by Consent Order (DBC Order).

Sanction – Reprimand and warning
Mr Wilson was reprimanded in respect of his breaches of the CILEx Code of Conduct and warned as to his future conduct. The Professional Conduct Panel of CILEx Regulation agreed with the sanction and approved the DBC Order.