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Trial Attorney - OIL - District Court Section

Company Name:
Department Of Justice
### JOB SUMMARY:
_Are you interested in a rewarding and challenging career as an Attorney with the Civil Division, U.S. Department of Justice? Join us in serving the
united states
with honor and integrity!!_
__

The Civil Division, with more than 1,000 Attorneys and 14 litigating components, represents the United States, its departments and agencies, Members of Congress, Cabinet and other Federal employees.
The Office of Immigration Litigation, District Court Section, is a fast-paced office responsible for immigration-related civil litigation in the federal district courts, often involving emergency motions. Trial Attorneys in the District Court Section represent the Department of Homeland Security, the State Department, and other agencies with immigration-related issues, in both defensive litigation and in affirmative denaturalization cases. Trial Attorneys personally handle individual and class action cases as first-chair litigator through all phases of litigation in the federal district courts. Trial Attorneys develop significant litigation experience in these cases, and they acquire additional experience briefing and arguing appeals of district court decisions in the various circuit courts of appeal. The office currently has approximately 50 attorneys on four litigating teams, led by a Director, a Deputy Director, and three Assistant Directors.
Job Title: Trial Attorney - OIL - District Court Section
Department: Department Of Justice
Agency: Offices, Boards and Divisions
Hiring Organization: OIL-DCS
Job Announcement Number: TA-OIL-DCS-2014-01
SALARY RANGE: $89,924.00 to $157,100.00 / Per Year
OPEN PERIOD: Friday, February 28, 2014 to Friday, March 14, 2014
SERIES & GRADE: GS-0905-13/15
POSITION INFORMATION: Full Time - Excepted Service Permanent
PROMOTION POTENTIAL: 15
DUTY LOCATIONS: 4 vacancies in the following location:
WHO MAY APPLY: United States Citizens
SECURITY CLEARANCE: Public Trust - Background Investigation
SUPERVISORY STATUS: No

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