Alice Fisher of Latham Considered for FBI Director—But Who Is She?

, The National Law Journal

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Washington corporate defense lawyer Alice Fisher interviewed on Saturday to be the next FBI Director, after the agency was shocked by the firing of James Comey last week. Fisher's among the reported top contenders. The National Law Journal has done comprehensive coverage of Fisher, the former Bush-era Criminal Division chief-turned law firm leader, over the years, since she's been a major name in public service at the U.S. Justice Department and private practice at Latham & Watkins. Here are some highlights of Fisher's career.

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  • Tim Reynolds

    Well, i guess it is flattering for her to be considered but i can‘t see Trump appointing a woman to a post that he knows could lead to his impeachment and possible criminal prosecution... particularly, not a woman who sees things in a bipartisan light ... but of all those being considered, she seems as good or better than the others

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