It’s not easy working for Uncle Sam these days when you know there are first-year associates in private practice earning twice or three times as much.
As $125K starting salaries become the norm at D.C.’s top-tier firms, many public sector attorneys — from the most junior GS-11s to FBI Director Louis Freeh — no doubt are wondering if they made the right choice.
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