If you are interested in a challenging and rewarding career with access to a generous benefits package, consider the U.S. Trustee Program (USTP or Program) as your employer of choice.
The USTP is a litigating component of the Department of Justice with responsibility for overseeing nearly all bankruptcy cases filed in the United States-from chapters 7, 12, and 13 consumer cases to major chapter 11 business reorganizations. The Programs mission is to promote the integrity and efficiency of the bankruptcy system for the benefit of all stakeholders debtors, creditors, and the public. USTP employees headquartered in Washington, DC, and in 93 field office locations across the country handle a wide range of administrative, regulatory, and enforcement matters. Of particular importance are the Programs efforts to address fraud and abuse by debtors, creditors, and others in the bankruptcy system by taking both formal and informal civil enforcement actions and making criminal referrals to U.S. Attorneys as appropriate.
The USTP places a high value on diversity of experience and cultural perspectives and encourages applications from all interested eligible candidates, including candidates from all ethnic and racial backgrounds, women, LGBT individuals, veterans, and individuals with disabilities.
If selected for this position, you will serve as a trial attorney in a field/regional office within the United States Trustee Program (USTP). You will assist in supervising the administration of cases and trustee in cases filed under chapters 7, 11, 12 and 13 of the bankruptcy Code. You will be required to review cases for bankruptcy fraud and abuse (both civil and criminal); oversee business reorganization filings, draft motions, pleadings, and briefs; and will be primarily responsible for the preparation, presentation and litigation of cases arising under the Bankruptcy Code. In connection with the representation of the United States Trustee, you will be responsible for all aspects of litigation, including factual investigation, legal research, preparation of pleadings and other documents, and trial of cases in the Bankruptcy Courts and the United States District Courts. You must also perform substantial non-litigation duties related to the supervision of trustees and the administration of cases.
- Occasional Travel
- Travel may be required for training and other assignments.