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Less than a year after leaving his New York law firm to join the Trump administration, David Friedman can boast a remarkable achievement: helping to guide the president’s historic decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and to move the U.S. embassy there.

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Miriam Rozen

Miriam Rozen covers the business of law and focuses on how lawyers preserve and expand their client roster. Contact her at [email protected] Twitter: @MiriamRozen.

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