WASHINGTON — Some of the most sought-after lawyers in Washington, D.C., won’t be bringing rosters of loyal clients with them to their new firms.
Instead, with the Clinton administration entering the home stretch, the legal talent that has law firm managers and headhunters salivating is found in the government.
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