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Submitted April 24, 2001

Respondent consented to an indefinite suspension imposed by the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maryland on July 14, 1999, and to continue until lifted by further order of that court. The order stated that the suspension resulted from “a course of continuing conduct by Respondent of misfeasance and nonfeasance observed by Judges of this court,” which “appeared to put her clients’ affairs in jeopardy.” *fn1 On August 25, 1999, we entered an order pursuant to D.C. Bar R. XI, � 11(d) temporarily suspending respondent in the District of Columbia and asked the Board on Professional Responsibility to recommend whether reciprocal discipline should be imposed.

The Board recommends that we indefinitely suspend respondent as reciprocal discipline, with the right to apply for reinstatement under D.C. App. R. XI, � 16(d), after she is reinstated in the Bankruptcy Court or after five years, whichever occurs first. *fn2 Bar Counsel has informed the court that she takes no exception to the Board’s report and recommendation, nor has respondent filed any opposition thereto.

 
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