Goodling, a former opposition researcher for the Republican National Committee and graduate of Regent University School of Law, arrived at the Justice Department at the start of the Bush administration. Former colleagues said she believed that part of her job was to bring people with conservative and Christian values to DOJ. She admitted to "crossing the line" by running afoul of civil service rules governing hiring decisions.
The bar's decision notes that Goodling is working in the private sector and is not currently practicing law, according to Virginia Lawyers Weekly. Katie Uston, the assistant bar counsel who handled the matter before the subcommittee, told the publication that Goodling is working in market research in Arlington, Va. (just outside Washington, D.C.).
The decision is available here.