K Street suffers from identity crisis

by - September 26, 2013

The American League of Lobbyists is considering removing “lobbyist” from its name as its members increasingly brand themselves as consultants and public relations experts. The move, which was first reported by The Hill, is part of a broader debate among industry players about whether they should embrace or run away from their namesake.  “The dirty little secret is, lawyers and lawyers who are lobbyists’ primary job is not to be popular,” said Nick Allard, a partner at Patton Boggs and the dean of Brooklyn Law School.

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