NEXT CHAPTER - Andrew Goldstein, one of special counsel Robert Mueller’s lead prosecutors, has joined Cooley as a litigation partner in the firm’s white-collar practice, dividing his time between Washington, D.C., and New York. As Ryan Lovelace reports, Goldstein took a lead role in investigating whether President Trump obstructed justice. He was reported to have spent dozens of hours questioning ex-White House counsel Don McGahn and imprisoned fixer Michael Cohen. Other members of Mueller’s team have returned to law firms and elsewhere since the Russia investigation culminated in a 448-page report published in April, including Jeannie Rhee, who is joining Paul Weiss as a partner in the firm’s white-collar litigation practice in Washington.
GOING THE DISTANCE - The mental health challenges for lawyers working in foreign outposts can be profound, with isolation and round-the-clock hours taking their toll. As part of Law.com’s Minds Over Matters project, Phillip Bantz reportson what happens when lawyers find themselves navigating a world teeming with foreign languages, different foods, dissimilar cultural norms and a host of other changes. He also explores how they can prepare for what lies ahead.
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