Last term’s Supreme Court law clerks have begun to fan out across the legal landscape, and one of the first to announce her plans is Elizabeth Papez, a Justice Clarence Thomas clerk who is joining Winston & Strawn in D.C. as a partner this fall. She’ll be handling commercial and appellate litigation, especially in the intellectual property and energy fields, as well as government relations.

In an interview, Papez said she had “several great opportunities” to choose from but decided on Winston because of “the combination of client support and the opportunity to build my practice.” The firm, which announced her arrival Monday, declined to discuss her pay package.

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