He’s all but announced he’s running for governor in 2002. He will spend the next year combing the nation for funds as general chairman of the Democratic National Committee. He has accepted a teaching gig at the University of Pennsylvania. He will remain active in hospitality-related boards such as Welcome America! and Historic Philadelphia. And let us not forget his weekly appearances on the Eagles’ post-game television show.

But outgoing Philadelphia Mayor Edward G. Rendell plans to find the time to be a partner at Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll, a position he will assume after his eight-year mayoral tenure concludes Jan. 3.

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