Jill Clark, videotaped above at a hearing regarding her suspension from the practice of law in Minnesota for psychological disability, was a devoted nemesis of this blogger and the North Minneapolis revitalization movement for years...until she lost a defamation case against this blog on appeal and then, not long after, had what can only be described as a mental breakdown and was suspended from the practice of law.
And THEN her husband filed for divorce.
The public hasn't heard much since. Clark's once noisy and prolific blogs screaming about conspiracy have gone silent and, being suspended from...
...the practice of law, she hasn't been making filings in her cases. Those cases are withering away and dying, most being causes no lawyer in their right mind would have taken in the first place. Clark's clients are loyal, however, and not one has sued her for malpractice. It is, however, unknown to this blogger if Clark has malpractice insurance and what it might cover.
This blogger hasn't tried to obtain documents from Clark's sad little divorce because the effort has not seemed worth the likely return. But every now and then something comes to my attention and I realize news value wins out over refraining out of, I don't know, sportsmanship.
There has been an order to appoint a guardian ad litem in the divorce case. Guardians ad litem are appointed to represent parties in court who are vulnerable and unable to speak on their own behalf; children, for example, and the mentally ill. The order in the case is dated November 18 and, well, it just didn't come to my attention.
Further proof, if further proof could POSSIBLY be needed, that Clark will not be practicing law again any time soon.