Last week, The Washington Post wrote about White House Counsel Kathryn Ruemmler’s stylish designer shoes, something other news organizations have written about previously.
The Post story received criticism in the legal community and Debbie Hines, founder of LegalSpeaks.com, called for the newspaper to apologize to Ruemmler. In her column, Hines contended Ruemmler should be known for her career accomplishments and not for the style of her footwear.
So here’s our question for you:
What did you think about the article on the White House counsel’s shoes?
Leave a comment below or email me.
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- A former official in the Department of Treasury was named co-general counsel at JPMorgan Chase.
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- Marriott’s general counsel will join a law firm in Atlanta.
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