If Lois Lerner keeps her mouth shut she will probably be in high demand in the Obama donor portion of the private sector. It's unlikely she would have to produce a resume, other than to satisfy the technical demands of a human resources department. But if she does it will contain a reference to her time serving as president of this organization called COGEL. Bruce Walker tells us this in How Litigating Lost E-mails Works.
What of Lois Lerner? She is not only an active member of the bar, but a past president of the Council on Governmental Ethics Laws, which is specifically committed to areas like integrity by lawyers in government, thorough compliance with Freedom of Information Act requests, and other things that Lerner is clearly ignoring today. As a final touch of irony, this organization was founded in December 1974 at the Watergate Hotel specifically to prevent the sorts of abuses that Lerner might soon find herself adjudged to have committed.
Not really so ironic is we assume that the Council has probably evolved into an entity less concerned about protecting the people from the bureaucrats than the other way around.