The presidential election, Paul Smith said, made his jump from Big Law “the right thing to do.”
Smith, chairman of Jenner & Block’s appellate and U.S. Supreme Court practice, said he had been thinking for some time about teaching in a more serious way and writing about his more than 30 years as an appellate lawyer—many of which he spent litigating voting rights issues.
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