Earlier this week, Rob Chesnut announced that he’d wake up the next day “without a full-time ‘day job’ for the first time since law school.”

He had served as Airbnb Inc.’s chief ethics officer and general counsel for more than four years and has held a variety of legal and advisory jobs since he graduated from Harvard Law School in 1984. 

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