The revolving door of Washington spins with every new administration, as lawyers from some of the country’s biggest firms leave behind lucrative partnerships for the chance to leave a more public mark, or at least testify before the klieg lights of Congress.

We’ve reported extensively on the movement of lawyers into—and out of—the Trump administration, and below are some of our most-read pieces from 2018 about Big Law partners who jumped to agencies and prosecution offices. One of those partners is awaiting confirmation.

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