Former Gov. Jim Gilmore is going to work for a law firm in Washington D.C.
Gilmore is joining Kelley Drye and Warren, an international law firm, as a partner. According to a press release from the firm, the former Republican National Committee Chairman will specialize in corporate and technology law. He will also be available to the firm's Tyson's Corner office.
Kelley Drye is based in New York City and has approximately 350 attorneys in ten offices, including New York, Washington, Brussels, Chicago, Hong Long, Los Angeles and Miami.
Gilmore will live in Washington and Richmond. His wife, Roxane, is a professor at Randolph-Macon College in Ashland.