On Monday, July 17, 2023, the Presiding Disciplinary Judge of the Supreme Court of Arizona reinstated attorney Glenn S. McMinn after being suspended from practicing law due to non-compliance with MCLE requirements.

The case is entitled “In the Matter of Glenn S. Mcminn,” with case no. 2023-9029-R.

In a development spanning over a decade, Glenn S. McMinn, an attorney, faced suspension from his legal practice in 2005 due to non-compliance with Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) requirements. However, this longstanding suspension recently took a turn as McMinn pursued reinstatement. On April 27, 2023, McMinn submitted a formal application to regain his practicing status. Following thorough negotiations between McMinn and the State Bar, a consensus was reached regarding the terms of his reinstatement. These agreed-upon stipulated facts, conclusions of law, and supporting exhibits have been formalized and integrated into the ongoing case proceedings.

Within the framework of Rule 64(f)(1) of the Arizona Rules of Supreme Court, the Presiding Disciplinary Judge evaluated Mr. McMinn’s journey towards reinstatement. After a rigorous assessment, it was established that McMinn had met all the stipulated prerequisites for his reinstatement. This pivotal decision not only underscores McMinn’s compliance with the specified conditions but also signifies his readiness to rejoin the legal profession as a practicing attorney once again.

The order states:

“IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED accepting the Agreement for Reinstatement. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED reinstating Glenn S. McMinn, Bar No. 014229, to the active practice of law in Arizona, effective immediately.”

Mr. McMinn is licensed in Arizona with license no. 014229.

A copy of the original filing can be found here.