STATE OF MINNESOTA
IN SUPREME COURT
In Re Application of Termination of Probation
of Douglas M. McMillan, an Attorney at Law
of the State of Minnesota.
O R D E R
WHEREAS, by order of this court filed August 19, 1985, respondent was suspended from the practice of law for 90 days commencing September 1, 1985, and thereafter on supervised probation; and
WHEREAS, respondent was reinstated to the practice of law; and
WHEREAS, respondent's practice was supervised by attorney James F. Greenstein until 1995 when Mr. Greenstein became disabled and subsequently retired from the practice of law; and
WHEREAS, Mr. Greenstein reported prior to his retirement that probation was no longer necessary and served no useful purpose; and
WHEREAS, respondent has retired from the practice of law and has not performed any substantial legal services for the past two to three years but performs non-attorney services as a hearing representative in unemployment hearings and does part-time work performing title examinations; and
WHEREAS, respondent continues to maintain an active license to practice and attends and at times participates as a faculty member in continuing legal education courses,
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that respondent Douglas M. McMillan's public probation is terminated effective immediately.
Dated: January 28, 1999
BY THE COURT:
/s/Alan C. Page