Every few years there’s an event that can make or break careers, set precedent and alter the business climate for an entire legal practice. For the white-collar bar, the Mueller probe has fit the bill—and then some.

Since it began almost two years ago, Robert Mueller’s special counsel investigation has sometimes felt like a full employment program for elite lawyers in the white-collar bar and other related practices. But it has also altered the playing field, with some lawyers leaving their law firms for key roles on Mueller’s team or the defense side, and big names seeing their stars rise and fall over time, including several on the president’s legal team alone.

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