For government lawyers of a pecuniary mind-set, public service is the first step in a time-honored tradition — toil away for a few years on the GS pay scale, get valuable experience, then cash in by joining a law firm.
But legal alumni of the International Trade Commission are finding that their experience may not be as valuable as they thought.
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