A pair of U.S. Justice Department attorneys have moved to law firms in Washington. Jamillia Ferris, formerly chief of staff and counsel to the assistant attorney general in the Antitrust Division, and Marcus Christian, previously the executive assistant U.S. attorney in Miami, join Hunton & Williams and Mayer Brown, respectively.
Ferris, who joined the Antitrust Division in 2010, left in June. She will practice in Hunton & Williams’ antitrust and competition group. Before heading to Main Justice, Ferris was an antitrust lawyer at Hogan Lovells. In an interview with Legal Times, Ferris said she’ll work on DOJ and Federal Trade Commission issues.
"I worked on antitrust and consumer matters, both on the counseling side and agency investigations," Ferris said.