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Fox News' Susan Estrich Has a New Job

Oct. 27 2008, Published 7:07 a.m. ET

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BLIND JUSTICE Estrich Remember Susan Estrich? She's the Harvard law professor who managed Michael Dukakis's 1988 presidential bid straight into the ground (read Time's account of the debacle, "Anatomy of a Disaster," here) and who is now the token liberal talking head on Fox News—a position that hasn't exactly garnered her much love from Democrats. Anyway! Yesterday, she sent out an e-mail to some of her buddies telling them all about how very excited she was about her latest career move: becoming chief of counsel to L.A.-based business-litigation firm Quinn Emanuel. Except she accidentally (we assume) forgot to BCC the high-powered recipient list!

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The e-mail—according to Estrich, you don't have to wear a suit to work at Quinn Emanuel, and they even have Americano at the firm's cappuccino bar!—sent to Roger Ailes, Arianna Huffington, Michael Eisner, Madeleine Albright, James Carville, and Jerry Bruckheimer's first wife, Bonnie Bruckheimer, among others, is after the jump. Our favorite line: "I suppose wishing intense business litigation on friends may not be a fond hope, but if you face issues in the future, civil or criminal, where you could use a powerful team on your side, I hope you'll call my colleagues and I at Quinn Emanuel."

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