ABA: Alexander could be White House Counsel

The American Bar Association Journal has listed Mark Alexander, a Seton Hall law professor, as a favorite to become White House Counsel if Barack Obama wins the presidency. Alexander, now a senior advisor to the Obama campaign, served as National Issues Director and managed Obama’s New Jersey campaign for the February 5 Democratic primary. According to the article, the list was compiled after dozens of interviews with people who know the candidate well.

ABA: Alexander could be White House Counsel