When Michael J. Sullivan, the United States Attorney for the District of Massachusetts, announced in mid-April that he planned to resign his post to pursue a private law practice in Boston, he didn’t identify his new destination.
The WSJ reports today, however, that Sullivan, like three other U.S. Attorneys (discussed here), will join the new law firm of former U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft. Catherine Hanaway, U.S. attorney in St. Louis; Johnny Sutton, U.S. attorney in El Paso, Texas; and John Ratcliffe, U.S. attorney in Dallas all recently announced they will be launching new offices for the Ascroft Law Firm in St. Louis, Austin and Dallas.
Read the WSJ article (via @dougcornelius)