After James Baker left his post as FBI general counsel in 2018, Michael Sussmann sought to recruit him to his law firm, Perkins Coie.

Sussmann shepherded Baker around the firm’s office and to meetings with other partners. The two had known each other a long time, having both served as lawyers at the U.S. Justice Department and bonded at the funeral of a shared mentor.

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