In order to gear up for anticipated overhauls in how the nation pays for multibillion-dollar infrastructure projects and regulates financial services, law firms are hiring lawmakers and top congressional staffers who lack law degrees but bring connections and expertise. "I see myself as a translator of the very complex language of policy and legislative prescriptions into understandable terms," says recent Patton Boggs hire Vincent Frillici, who has worked in campaign fundraising and business development.
Nonlawyers Are a Hot Ticket in Firm Hiring
The National Law Journal
November 5, 2008