In campaign donations, DLA Piper skews toward Obama, Kirkland votes for Romney

, The National Law Journal


Lawyers at the nation's biggest law firms are voting with their wallets — and Barack Obama is the clear winner. His biggest supporters? Lawyers at DLA Piper, who have given Obama more than $345,000 in direct campaign donations as of September 21, according to data from the nonpartisan Center for Responsive Politics and its website,

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  • FHM1

    I am glad attorneys get it this time. It just goes to show that the issues are so complex so many people have trouble understanding and then the Republicans do everything possible to make sure they never figure it out. We must have a different system.. shorter campaigns and caps on spending and NO PACS.

  • Sudhir Sajwan


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