Job Details

Forensic Science General Attorney

Company name

US Department Of Justice Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Organization Type

Government

Job Type

Attorney

Date Last Verified

Sep 07, 2020

Valid Through

Dec 21, 2020

Posted on

Aug 19, 2020

Min Salary/Max Salary

USD 121316 to 170800 Annually

Location

Quantico, VA, United States

Employment Type

Full-time

Industry

Legal
Practice Area
Criminal Law >> Criminal Law
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Profile

Forensic Science General Attorney
Duties: Assisting LD personnel in activities related to the full range of pre-trial through post-trial proceedings. This involves substantial interaction with federal, state, and local prosecutors as well as civil attorneys, preparing affidavits, representing LD employees in depositions, preparing LD personnel for legal proceedings and attending legal proceedings with LD personnel as requested;. Real-Time and effective legal guidance, advice and support for immediate operational and investigative issues involving the LD; . Identifying and addressing gaps in legislation impacting forensic science disciplines;. Providing legal policy guidance related to the FBI LD and forensic science;. Providing training to LD examiners on all legal issues affecting LD personnel and forensic science, including conducting moot court exercises; . Representing the FBI OGC and LD during interactions with other agencies and the U.S. Department of Justice on legal issues surrounding forensic science, and working cooperatively with other agencies to establish inter-agency agreements.

Qualification and Experience

Qualifications: Must have a 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 JD Degree) and be an active member of a U.S. jurisdiction Bar association. Ability to perform superior legal and factual analyses. Excellent legal research, legal writing, interpersonal, and organizational skills. Demonstrated ability to adapt to rapidly changing circumstances and environments. Background conducting complex criminal or civil litigation, including discovery production. Practical knowledge of legal challenges surrounding forensic science; or degree in a scientific discipline or other relevant scientific experience. Experience developing and implementing legal policies and proposals. Demonstrated experience in teaching or training others. Background conducting complex criminal or civil litigation, including discovery production. Practical knowledge of legal challenges surrounding forensic science; or degree in a scientific discipline or other relevant scientific experience. Experience developing and implementing legal policies and proposals. Demonstrated experience in teaching or training others.

Additional info

Ref. OGC_MH_FSLU_2020. Send cover letter and resume, writing sample, up to 10 pages, Proof of current and active bar association membership, Copy of Law School Transcripts, Current SF-50 (if external government employee), DD 214 (proof of Veteran’s Preference).

Company info

hiring coordinator
US Department Of Justice Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Engineering Research Facility, Bldg
27958A , Room A-O27
Quantico, VA 22135

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