Lawyers from the Obama administration are finding new jobs at corporate law firms.
On Tuesday, Los Angeles-founded O’Melveny & Myers announced the latest catch in a series of revolving door Obama exits: Stevan Bunnell, outgoing general counsel of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, will be rejoining the law firm in Washington, D.C.
“I will, in part, return to a traditional white collar practice, which is a combination of government enforcement issues,” Bunnell told Big Law Business. “I will be coupling that with a cybersecurity practice, building on three years and change at the Department of Homeland Security.”
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