Heller Ehrman White & McAuliffe’s Susan Johnson may have schmoozed with President Clinton during his recent visit to San Francisco, but she isn’t a deep-pocketed attorney. Johnson is a legal secretary who has worked the night shift at Heller for 20 years.

Her rendezvous with Clinton was a fringe benefit of her work on Dianne Feinstein’s U.S. Senate campaign. And while Johnson admits that meeting “the most powerful person on the planet does have some cachet to it,” she is even prouder of another recent accomplishment.

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