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Leadership Moves Mark an Uncommon Year for Williams & Connolly

While the spotlight has been on its work for Hillary Clinton, Williams & Connolly has undergone a quiet shift at the top, including the end of Bob Barnett's tenure as executive committee chair this month.

, The National Law Journal

Williams & Connolly's role defending Hillary Clinton in her email controversy has put a fresh focus on the Washington, D.C., litigation powerhouse, and revived its association with the Clintons' legal troubles.

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