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November 27, 2012, at 2:40 PM
By CNS Staff |
The Catholic University of America’s Columbus School of Law has hired a new dean. The National Law Journal is reporting that Daniel Attridge, managing partner of Kirkland & Ellis’ Washington office, will take over in July 2013 from acting dean, George Garvey.
According to a national ranking, Chicago-based Kirkland & Ellis is the ninth most prestigious law firm in the country. Catholic University President John Garvey, who previously headed Boston College Law School, said he went to a law firm practitioner rather than someone in academia or the judiciary because “Our students and faculty will benefit immeasurably from Mr. Attridge’s decades of experience, his prominence in the profession, and his impressive administrative skills.”
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