Support PDF,DOC,DOCX,TXT,XLS,WPD,HTM,HTML fils up to 5MB
Date Last Verified
Attorney-Advisor (Instructor), GS 13 - 14 The candidate will be responsible for: Serving as an instructor and program/course developer in the assigned legal program/course areas of law enforcement. The program/courses taught cover subject-matter that involves highly specialized knowledge of complex and difficult legal areas. Using the lesson plan as a guide, conducts training in areas such as: Constitutional Law; Fourth Amendment; Self-incrimination; Federal Court Procedures; Authority and Jurisdiction; Federal Fraud Statutes; Federal Firearms Violations; Rules of Evidence; Military Law; Electronic Law and Evidence; Officer Liability; Criminal Law; Administrative Law; Right to Financial Privacy Act; Obstruction of Justice; Terrorism and National Security Law; False Statements; Courtroom Testimony; Assault; Bribery; and other emerging areas of the law. Overseeing and/or participating in developing course and program material in the legal instructional field. Initiating content changes and developing different approaches and methods of instruction and recommending any other changes needed to improve the course/program and achieve course/program objectives. Researching, scrutinizing, and resolving conflicts of complex and emerging legal precedent in a way that can be easily understood and applied by non-attorneys and other law enforcement officers. Whereas much of the legal training will include legal precedents that are clear cut and plentiful, many legal issues will involve few and/or conflicting precedents. Conducting research on emerging legal issues, practices and techniques to enhance instructional knowledge and skill. Traveling is required.
Qualification and Experience
The candidate must be graduates of a school of law accredited by the American Bar Association. Applicants must possess the first professional law degree (LL.B. or JD) or the second professional law degree (LL.M). Please provide a copy of your transcripts.
For GS-13 grade level: Must possess specialized professional legal experience in excess of two years equivalent to the GS-12 level demonstrated by substantial legal writing and communication skills; conducting original legal research and legal analysis, in addition to experience presenting legal course material through a variety of instructional methodologies, including lecture, practical exercise, webinars, and distance learning.
For GS-14 grade level: Must possess specialized professional legal experience in excess of three years equivalent to the GS-13 level demonstrated by substantial legal writing and communication skills; conducting original legal research and legal analysis; providing instruction in legal subjects at a college/university, police post or training academy for a period of at least one year; authoring and publishing articles on substantive legal matters; experience presenting substantive material at nationally recognized conferences; and demonstrated expertise in a significant field of law related to law enforcement.
Application deadline: 04/18/2018.
Announcement number: FLETC-DO-2018-0009. Apply online. No emails. Visit website for more details.
Company infoHiring Coordinator