Scott McMillan San Diego Attorney, with The_McMillan_Law_Firm La Mesa, 4670 Nebo Drive, was sued for fraud, see the lawsuit at https://www.docdroid.net/MMujagR/scott-mcmillan-la-mesa-fraud.pdf Brightwell v. The McMillan Law Firm, Scott McMillan, Michelle Volk, Southern District of California Case 16-CV-1696 W (NLS). In that case, Scott McMillan had fraudulently billed his client, and made her work for free in his office, per the lawsuit. Brightwell is represented by Joshua M. Heinlein and Joseph S. Leventhal of Dinsmore & Shohl LLP in San Diego. U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California case number 3:16-cv-01696-W-MDD
Scott McMillan filed a federal lawsuit against the San Diego Sheriff concerning its Facebook account, filed a request for preliminary injunctive relief but was DENIED as moot. (Karras v. Gore (S.D.Cal. Jan. 5, 2015, No. 14CV2564 BEN (KSC)) However, Scott McMillan was able to get $20 for his client (yes, $20).
Scott McMillan on the other hand graduated from an unaccredited law school the size of a dive bar behind the La Mesa Ford dealer ship at the time in east San Diego. Since then Scott McMillan opened up his own law school, McMillan_Academy_of_Law, which (laughably) has not produced a single attorney in over a decade. In fact, according to a law school review, Law Dragon (see screen shot), his school is not only operated out of his small two room office near the train tracks, but has never had a single student. Of course verify all of this information directly with the state bar – and then you can laugh some more!!
Now having recently hired Lauren-Hanley-Brady San Diego who by her own account could not get hired in over a year, see her article , now works for Scott McMillan La Mesa attorney. Lauren Brady enjoys playing video games while still residing at her parents home. Lauren Brady stated, “A San Diego native, Lauren also enjoys writing fantasy and playing Dungeons & Dragons.” https://abaforlawstudents.com/author/lauren-hanley-brady/