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John Warner to Return to D.C. Law Firm

Amy Gardner

Former U.S senator John W. Warner, a Virginia Republican, announced today that he will return to the Washington law firm Hogan & Hartson, where he was a partner until launching a long career in public service in 1969.

Warner left his Senate seat in January after 30 years in office; before that, he was undersecretary and secretary of the U.S. Navy.

A graduate of the University of Virginia law school, Warner will return to Hogan & Hartson as a partner concentrating on national security, international trade and global climate issues.

"People say I will be a rainmaker," Warner said. "And, well, yes, I will probably bring a few showers. But what I want to do is to work with the younger lawyers to inspire them to try to achieve the goals in life that they have. In return, I ask them to invigorate me so that I can press on for a few more years.

By Amy Gardner  |  March 11, 2009; 10:17 AM ET
Categories:  Amy Gardner , John W. Warner  
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Good luck, John. Let me know if you'd like to set-up a carpool on I-66 or 267!!!

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