Department: Department Of Justice
Agency: Offices, Boards and Divisions
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Are you interested in a rewarding and challenging opportunity? Join the U.S. Department of Justice!
The Civil Rights Division (Division) of the Department of Justice, created by the enactment of the Civil Rights Act of 1957, works to uphold the civil and constitutional rights of all Americans, particularly some of the most vulnerable members of our society. The Division is primarily responsible for enforcing federal statutes and executive orders that prohibit, among other things, unlawful discrimination in education, employment, housing, police service, public accommodations and facilities, voting, and federally funded and conducted programs. The Division also has jurisdiction to enforce constitutional prohibitions on certain conduct by law enforcement agencies and public residential institutions, such as health care and correctional facilities.
The Special Litigation Section (SPL or Section) is one of several Sections in the Civil Rights Division. The experienced attorneys selected for these positions will be dedicated to the Section's work pursuant to the Health Care Fraud and Abuse Control ("HCFAC") Program, with an emphasis on the Section's matters that seek to enforce compliance with the integration mandate of the Americans with Disabilities Act, as interpreted by the Supreme Court in Olmstead v. L.C., 527 U.S. 581 (1999). More specifically, most of the incumbents' work will be devoted to investigating and litigating matters involving the unnecessary segregation or the risk of unnecessary segregation of individuals in institutions.
- Occasional Travel
- Travel may be required 2-4 nights each month as well as holidays and weekends. If case goes to trial, extensive travel may be required.
- You must be a U.S. Citizen or National.
- You must complete a background investigation.
- Selective Service registration is required, as applicable.
- You must possess a J.D. or LL.M professional law degree.
- You must be an active member of the bar in good standing.