The "revolving door" between government and the private sector isn't limited to the SEC or the Justice Department. Here are two other recent examples in the news:
Stanford University has hired Catherine Criswell, a 19-year veteran of the Office of Civil Rights at the federal Department of Education, to serve as its new "Title IX Coordinator," a job that the university says involves overseeing and tracking "the university's investigations of incidents alleged to violate" Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972.
And Aerojet Rocketdyne, a supplier of rocket engines used by the Defense Department, has hired Roger "Scott" Correll as "vice president for government acquisition and policy." The National Legal and Policy Center reports: "From March 2011 to January of this year [Mr. Correll] was the official at the Pentagon responsible for procuring launch services from private companies."