One sure way for a big-firm lawyer to stay busy is to find a well-defined specialty that’s in hot demand.

But G. Scott Rafshoon, 42, thinks there is still room for generalists in big firms. His practice at McKenna Long & Aldridge encompasses corporate work, mergers and acquisitions, election law, government affairs and the privatization of government services.

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