Baker Botts expanded its environmental heft by hiring Jeffrey Wood, the longtime acting assistant attorney general for the Department of Justice’s environment and natural resources division.

Wood is set to join Baker Botts on April 1 as a partner in Washington, D.C. He left the DOJ late last year after serving in his acting role for more than 21 months. Wood said he has been told that is the longest-ever tenure for an acting assistant AG in the 110-year history of the environment and natural resources division.

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