Douglas Letter, a former top lawyer at the U.S. Justice Department who retired in January after four decades at the agency, will serve as the top lawyer for the U.S. House next year as Democrats return to power.

Letter worked as the director of the appellate staff in the Justice Department’s civil division until his February retirement. He joined the Georgetown Law Center, becoming a senior litigator at the school’s Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection.

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