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This vacancy will hire up to 2 attorneys that will provide legal services to the office related to federal administrative law including appropriations and financial management, FOIA, Records management, the Administrative Procedures Act, and other related matters.
As an Attorney-Adviser with the Department of the Interior, Office of the Solicitor, Division of General Law, located in Washington, DC your specific duties will include:
- Providing written and oral opinions on Federal Administrative Law topics, including Fiscal/Appropriations Law, Administrative Procedure Act, agency delegations and authority, partnerships with non-public entities, and similar topics.
- Reviewing Freedom of Information Act and Privacy Act responses and appeals.
- Supporting the Department of Justice in responding to Freedom of Information Act and Privacy Act litigation.
- Conducting responsiveness and privilege review for discovery in administrative and judicial litigation and for Congressional oversight matters.
- Researching and advising Department clients on Federal information law, including the Freedom of Information Act, Privacy Act, E-discovery, privileges, Paperwork Reduction Act, and related statutes.
Occasional travel - Minimal travel, less than 1 night per month
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