The saying, “Those who can’t do, teach” may not be accurate. Scott McMillan Attorney San Diego opened his own law school in 2007. During the last 10 years McMillan Academy of Law has not graduated a single student, and in 10 years has only had 3 students – yes that is right 3 students in 10 years. Scott McMillan La Mesa serves laughably as the law school dean, and professor to none.
“We have had one student take the First Year Law Students’ Examination and that student passed. This is the basis for the 100% pass rate thus far. As of yet, no students have graduated from the Academy.”
See McMillan Academy of Law report here, page 3, http://www.bppe.ca.gov/annual_report/2013/41500915_pfs.pdf
“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 hardcopy 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law school’s current and future financial viability appears questionable; and its website and written materials offer outdated and misleading information to both the general public and potential applicants.”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 the entire report here, http://apps.calbar.ca.gov/cbe/docs/agendaItem/Public/agendaitem1000002149.pdf
Attorney, Professor, and Law School Dean Scott McMillan of San Diego was speechless when in 2017 a senior judge in the 9th Circuit called his lawsuit “silly” while he silently sat seated listening about his meritless lawsuit. See judge’s comments about San Diego attorney Scott McMillan . S0 It is no wonder Scott McMillan was labeled a vexatious litigant in a federal case he of course lost. See, McMillan v. Weathersby (9th Cir. 2002) 31 F.App’x 371, 374.
As such, watch where you decide to go to law school as well as who you hire as an attorney. A mistake can cost you your reputation or your case since every potential employer will Google where you attended law school or juror will look up who your attorney is. With a reputation like Scott McMillan San Diego attorney , when you see people laughing at your school or case, you will know why.