Michael Francisco clerked for U.S. Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch until July 17 this past term, an unusually late departure caused by the scrambled court calendar resulting from the pandemic.

A month later, on Aug. 17, Francisco began his new job as a partner at McGuireWoods in Washington. Francisco, formerly a private practitioner and assistant Colorado solicitor general, believes he is the first Supreme Court clerk from the last term to start a new law firm job.

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