International law firm Cohen & Gresser’s newest partner, Miriam González Durántez, doesn’t formally start at the firm until next week. And it’s been nearly three months since word broke that she was leaving Dechert, where she co-chaired the international trade practice, as part of her family’s move from London to California.

The Spanish-born attorney happens to have a high-profile spouse: the relocation came after husband Nick Clegg, the former leader of the United Kingdom’s Liberal Democrats party and U.K. deputy prime minister, took a job as the vice-president of global affairs and communications at Facebook. But since the Brexit process—an area of specialization for González Durántez, thanks to her time as a top European Union trade negotiator for the World Trade Organization—has been roiled with uncertainty during that interval, she’s had plenty to focus on during the transition.

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