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Lawyer Peter Isakoff bought a four-bedroom, four-bath rambler on Ardnave Place in Potomac for $1.6 million. On two acres, the house has a bar and exercise area. Isakoff is a partner at Weil, Gotshal & Manges, where he specializes in white-collar criminal defense and commercial and bankruptcy litigation.

Isakoff is the third member of the Elect to appear in this installment of Lawyerly Lairs. After graduating first in his class from Columbia Law School, where he served on the law review, Isakoff clerked for Judge Wilfred Feinberg (2d Cir.) and Justice John Paul Stevens.

Once again, we don’t have a full-frontal shot, but here’s a satellite view of the surrounding area (click to enlarge):

There’s not as much forest as in Tony Dias’s neighborhood, but perhaps the residents like it that way. Check out all those swimming pools! Tree cover would just interfere with poolside sunbathing.

In these challenging times for the legal profession — with new grads struggling to find jobs, and experienced lawyers losing theirs (thanks to Dewey’s downfall) — it’s nice to engage in a little escapism. If you know of a fabulous lawyer-owned home you’d like featured in these pages, please email us. We look forward to hearing from you.

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Earlier: Lawyerly Lairs: What Does $500K Buy You in D.C.?

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