IN SUPREME COURT
In re the Petition for Reinstatement to the
Practice of Law of Wendy Alison Nora,
Registration No. 165906.
O R D E R
On January 19, 1990, we indefinitely
suspended petitioner Wendy Alison Nora from the practice of law with no right
to apply for reinstatement for at least 30 days.† In re
Nora, 450 N.W.2d 328, 330 (
Petitioner again applied for
reinstatement in July 2006, and a hearing was held before a panel of the
Lawyers Professional Responsibility Board.†
The panel found that petitioner has proven by clear and convincing evidence
that she is competent and morally fit to resume the practice of law.† See In
re Swanson, 343 N.W.2d 662, 664 (
This court has independently reviewed the file and approves the panelís recommended disposition.
Based upon all the files, records, and proceedings herein,
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that, effective immediately, petitioner Wendy Alison Nora is reinstated to the practice of law and is placed on supervised probation for a period of two years, subject to the following conditions:
(a)†††††† Petitioner shall cooperate fully with the Directorís Office in its efforts to monitor compliance with this probation and shall promptly respond to the Directorís correspondence by the due date.† Petitioner shall cooperate with the Directorís investigation of any allegations of unprofessional conduct that may come to the Directorís attention.† Upon the Directorís request, petitioner shall provide authorization for release of information and documentation to verify compliance with the terms of this probation.
(b)†††††† Petitioner shall abide by the Minnesota Rules of Professional Conduct.
(d)†††††† Petitioner shall cooperate fully with the
supervisor in his/her efforts to monitor compliance with this probation.† Petitioner shall contact the supervisor and
schedule bi-monthly, in-person meetings with her supervisor, at which meetings
the supervisor shall randomly select and review a sample of petitionerís open
(e)†††††† Petitioner shall continue medical treatment from a medical professional approved by the Director and abide by the course of treatment recommended.† Petitioner shall complete the necessary authorizations for release of medical information to ensure that information regarding petitionerís health status is shared with the Director on a regular basis.
Dated:† January 11, 2007
BY THE COURT:
Helen M. Meyer
ANDERSON, G. Barry, J., took no part in the consideration or decision of this matter.