Doug O’Connell isn’t anyone’s image of a typical lawyer. How many of those can be described by their boss as “a finely tuned killing machine” or be said to “rather eat snakes than draft wills “?
Probably very few. But O’Connell has top secret government clearance, wears camouflage to the office and might at any time have to drop his pleadings to lead a clandestine mission into a foreign country.
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