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The Three Waves of Professionalization at the Federal Reserve: the Role of the Lawyers

by Peter Conti-Brown — Wednesday, Mar. 23, 2016

Most of official Washington is focused on the vacancy at the Supreme Court, but for watchers of financial regulation and central banking a new vacancy is surely more important: Thomas Baxter, the long-time general counsel at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York has announced his retirement. He’s a New York Fed lifer—his retirement comes at […]