Free Beer, Rafting, Darts And Spelunking...
"Fitzgerald Deserves Top U.S. Law Post"
Fitzgerald, 46, isn't saying what may be next in his career. Friends and colleagues say he probably will remain a prosecutor rather than join a law firm. One colleague says Fitzgerald's destiny may include the top law-enforcement job in the country: U.S. attorney general.
"I think he would make a spectacular attorney general," said former Deputy U.S. Attorney General James Comey - "He certainly is one of the very best federal prosecutors in America."
Fitzgerald once competed fiercely in rugby and darts, said Comey, who got to know him as a law student when they shared a summer house in Spring Lake, New Jersey. "He drank a lot of beer without paying for it," Comey said with a laugh.
Fitzgerald now enjoys traveling, exploring caves in New Zealand, going white-water rafting, and visiting relatives in Ireland, Comey said. <more>
Youth of America, words from the wise - never mix darts and rafting or pints in a cave with a six foot ceiling, but most importantly -- just say "no, thank you" to graft and resist the powerful urge to pop your collar!