A lawyer for the city of Atlanta has a chance to get a job from Donald Trump — but he’ll have to do better than other practicing attorneys have done on the first five seasons of NBC’s “The Apprentice.”

The network announced last week that “Martin,” a 37-year-old senior assistant city attorney, would be one of the contestants when the show debuts Jan. 7. The description issued by NBC exactly matches the biography of the city law department’s Martin Han Clarke, who said NBC prohibits him from giving press interviews until he either is eliminated or wins the competition.

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