Scott McMillan San Diego attorney is appealing a major loss in federal court where he sued to have various blogs remove damaging material concerning his past such losing virtually all of his 100+ appeals and writs, to settling a lawsuit for $20, and of course his involvement with child molestation as stated in a report contained in San Diego Superior Court Case No. 37-2017-0036344. The federal judge laughed at the lawsuit when he dismissed it, see order. Scott McMillan appealed his devastating loss and in doing so was forced to ask the court seal records he failed to file under seal in the District Court, which the District Court ordered sealed. However, famed San Diego attorney Scott McMillan thought he would try to have the appellate court order defendant to not post material online. Typically, this is done in the trial level and not appellate level court with an injunction, but Scott McMillan truly believes he is much smarter than everyone else so decided to have the appellate make such an order.
The Ninth Circuit DENIED the request and attached the order.
San Diego attorney Scott McMillan has his office in east San Diego, La Mesa. Scott McMillan was recently censured by the State Bar of California for having a law school, which by all appearences, is nothing more than a scam. Specifically, the law school, McMillan_Academy_of_Law , has been around for 12 years, but does not have a single graduate. Further, the law school that exists only on paper also only had three students. Very concerning the run-down building does not even have a sign that says “Law School” or anything like. It is unfortunate some people can have a shell business for tax scams and hope the recent state bar report gets the attention of the IRS.
Part of the state bar report states,
“Since opening, only three students have ever completed MAOL’s first-year curriculum and were able to take the First Year Law Students’ Examination; two of the students eventually passed the examination but each then left MAOL and transferred to other law schools. Since MAOL has had no students nor has held any classes in almost five years, its program of legal education has now been dormant for more than four years. As a result, and as confirmed by the inspection, MAOL is noncompliant as to three material requirements: Its law library is noncompliant since its hard copy legal authorities have not been updated since 2013; without any tuition income, the law school’s current and future financial viability appears questionable; and its website and written materials offer outdated and misleading information to both the general public and potential applicants.”
See full report here, http://www.bppe.ca.gov/annual_report/2013/41500915_pfs.pdf