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ProfileCongressional General Attorney
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Qualifications: JD degree from a law school accredited by the American Bar Association (or have a LLM degree or other graduate law school degree in additional to J.D.) and be an active member of a U.S. jurisdiction bar association. A law degree from an accredited American Bar Association law school; and Proof of active membership and good standing with any U. S. jurisdiction bar association. Demonstrated proficiency in collaboration, communication and legal writing is required. Preferred: Experience working as an attorney for a Congressional Committee or Member of Congress strongly preferred, with a particular preference for work on a Judiciary, Intelligence, or Oversight Committee. Experience working as an attorney at another federal agency, in the area of Congressional oversight and investigations preferred. Analytic Thinking, Collaboration, Governance and Legal Jurisprudence, Leadership, Oral/Written Communication, Research,
GS-14: Must have 2+ years' post J.D. attorney experience.
GS-15: Must have 4+ years of post J.D. attorney experience.
Deadline: October 5, 2020
Ref. OGC_2020_COIO. Send resume and cover letter; A writing sample, up to 10 pages; Proof of current and active bar association membership; Photocopy of Law School Transcripts; and Current SF-50 (if external government employee).
US Department Of Justice Federal Bureau of Investigation.
935 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20535-0001