Sen. Mack Joins Shaw Pittman

Sen. Mack Joins Shaw Pittman

Former Sen. Connie Mack, R-Fla., joined the Washington law firm Shaw Pittman as senior policy adviser in its government practice, the firm announced Feb. 26.

Mack retired in January after serving 18 years in Congress, including the past 12 years in the Senate. During his political career he played a key role in passing laws dealing with banking, health care, medical research, the tax code, public housing reform and the environment.

Mack was chairman of the Republican Conference and the Joint Economic Committee. He also served on the Senate's Finance, Banking and Housing and Urban Affairs committees. Before entering Congress, Mack was a banker in Florida for 16 years.

Shaw Pittman provides public policy advice and counsel on federal, state and foreign government initiatives.

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