Public Record of Discipline and Pending Proceedings: None
Just as there's no "public record" of her husband's birth certificate, school transcripts, state senate votes, financial dealings, etc, etc.. See a pattern there, x?
The Disciplinary Counsel proceedings are not public. At least in my state of SC, if you call the Disciplinary Counsel of the Supreme Court and ask if a lawyer has ever had any complaints file against him, doesn't matter if 20 complaints have been filed, they would tell you that is not public record or "no".
Also, generally if a lawyer is facing disbarrment, they'll usually hire another lawyer to represent them before the Counsel and negotiate the terms, like "inactive status" or some such.
If a lawyer is sued in civil court, those records are public and would then show up as a public record.
How much does a Harvard law degree cost? Any law degree? It would be highly unusual to just chunk it aside after only a few years, unless you found a cash cow that was more lucrative than lawyering. I know lots of lawyers who are not practicing law who still keep their bar license up to date.
Something is wrong with this, IMO, just don't know what.