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Former L.A. city attorney joins private law firm

Rocky Delgadillo will be a full-time lawyer for Goodwin Procter LLP, but will be allowed to devote more time to his possible run for California attorney general.

August 13, 2009|Maeve Reston

Former Los Angeles City Atty. Rocky Delgadillo began a new career Wednesday, joining the Los Angeles law offices of Goodwin Procter LLP.

Delgadillo, who left office in June, is joining the firm's 400-lawyer litigation department and also will focus on its public-private partnership work throughout California.

Although Delgadillo will be a full-time lawyer, the firm negotiated an arrangement that will allow him to devote more time to his possible run for state attorney general.

In the first half of the year, Delgadillo raised $935,624 for his potential bid.

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maeve.reston@latimes.com

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