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Norm Coleman affiliates with powerful D.C. law firm

It looks as if former Sen.

It looks as if former Sen. Norm Coleman has joined the influential Washington, D.C., law firm of Hogan Lovells.

He’s not listed on the firm’s website yet, but his affiliation as “of counsel” with the powerful lobbying shop was revealed when it was posted that he will be speaking at the Milken Institute’s Global Conference on May 3 in Los Angeles.

We have a call into Hogan Lovells spokesperson to learn more about Coleman’s role.

Hogan Lovells is the merged offspring of one of D.C.’s power broker firms — Hogan & Hartson — and a London firm, Lovells.

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According to Open Secrets, Hogan Lovells was the 12th most active Washington lobbying firm in 2010, with nearly $17 million in billings.

And here’s a list of Hogan’s clients.

Coleman is not listed as a lobbyist at Open Secrets. He has been a “strategic adviser” to the Republican Jewish Coalition and is CEO of the American Action Forum and American Action Network.