After becoming a member of Barrs AG, Invoice Barr could have a troublesome job hunt if he ever needs to work at Biglaw once more

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Last time he left the department with a reputation for professionalism and integrity. This time it is not true. And it’s not because of certain positions he occupied. This is due to his lack of respect for the rule of law, his dishonesty as an attorney general, and his clear lack of respect for the traditions of professionalism within the department.

– Stanford law professor David Alan Sklansky, who served as a federal attorney under Attorney General Bill Barr during the reign of George HW Bush, commented on the fact that Barr may face a much more difficult job search if he opts for a private practice after his decision leaves the Trump administration.

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