William F. Weld, the former governor who left Boston to practice law and delve into venture capital in New York for the last 15 years, is returning to Massachusetts to become a partner in one of the city’s largest law firms, and consultant to its lobbying arm. Weld will become partner at Mintz Levin and also a principal at ML Strategies, the law firm’s government relations affiliate. He will focus on serving both international and domestic clients with legal and strategic advice.
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