He is one of those lawyers who not only represents his client in a charismatic manner. He does cable with an earnest persuasiveness that captures the right attention.
So, it's not a surprise that the members of the media are officially reporting talent agencies are chasing him. Here is just one example of the coverage from NBC News.
Among the chasers are William Morris Endeavor and United Talent. In store for him could be anchor jobs, high-paid speaking engagements, books, documentaries, and maybe even hosting a talk show.
Of course, he is playing coy. He contends he is totally focused on obtaining justice for his client Stormy Daniels. But, he could be consumed with decisions about whether to keep up with continuing ed courses and renewing his law license.
Avenatti is a lucky lawyer in a downsizing industry. It would be useful to law students and any struggling lawyers if lawyer-journalist Joe Patrice did a column on what, he posits, were and are the smart moves Avenatti made and is making.
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