The Supreme Court of South Carolina
In the Matter of Rosalyn Kimberly Grigsby, Petitioner.
Appellate Case Nos. 2020-001125 and 2020-001402
By opinion dated November 20, 2006, this Court suspended Petitioner from the practice of law for two years, retroactive to the date of her interim suspension on June 29, 2004.1 In re Grigsby, 371 S.C. 165, 638 S.E.2d 54 (2006). Petitioner had previously been administratively suspended for failing meet continuing legal education requirements. In re Suspensions - Commission on CLE and Specialization, S.C. Sup. Ct. Order dated April 12, 2005. Petitioner has now filed two petitions for reinstatement, one pursuant to Rule 33, RLDE, Rule 413, SCACR, and the other pursuant to Rule 419, SCACR. The Committee on Character and Fitness has filed a Report and Recommendation recommending the Court reinstate Petitioner to the practice of law.
We find Petitioner has met the requirements of Rule 33(f), RLDE, and Rule 419(e), SCACR. Therefore, we grant the petitions for reinstatement conditioned upon the requirement that Petitioner must, for a period of two years, practice under the supervision of a regular member of the South Carolina Bar. Petitioner shall notify the Commission on Lawyer Conduct (Commission) of the name of her supervising attorney and advise the Commission within thirty days of any change.
s/Donald W. Beatty C.J.
s/John W. Kittredge J.
s/Kaye G. Hearn J.
s/John Cannon Few J.
s/George C. James, Jr. J.
Columbia, South Carolina
August 4, 2021
1 In re Grigsby, 360 S.C. 48, 599 S.E.2d 455 (2004) (placing Petitioner on interim suspension).