Brown Leaves Job at Boston Law Office

Former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown greets voters at the Mount Cube maple sugar house in Orford, N.H. . (AP Photo/Jim Cole)
Former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown greets voters at the Mount Cube maple sugar house in Orford, N.H. . (AP Photo/Jim Cole)
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Scott Brown has left his job at the Boston office of the Nixon Peabody law firm, the Boston Globe reports:

The news of Brown's departure from the firm's Boston office was confirmed both by the firm and by an aide to the former Massachusetts senator.

"We enjoyed having Scott as a member of our team. We wish him all the best in his future endeavors," Andrew Glincher, the firm's CEO and managing partner said in a statement.

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Reached on his cell phone, Brown refused to comment.

"I'm not going to confirm anything regarding my personal life," he said.

Brown joined the firm in March of 2013, months after losing his senate seat to now Sen. Elizabeth Warren.

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He told radio station WGIR that voters could expect an announcement on potential plans to run for Senate in New Hampshire “as early as next week.”