The United States Department of Justice, Antitrust Division, is seeking highly qualified attorneys to serve as Trial Attorneys in its San Francisco Office.Learn more about this agency
Please Note: Additional selections may be made from this announcement. Also, a writing sample may be requested of individuals identified as best qualified, to be forwarded to the selecting official along with your application package, upon referral.
ResponsibilitiesAs a Trial Attorney in the San Francisco Office of the Antitrust Division, responsibilities will include investigation and prosecution of criminal and civil matters. Trial Attorneys represent the United States before grand juries and district courts throughout the country at arraignments, motions hearings, sentencing hearings, and trials; work closely with the FBI and other law enforcement agencies to develop and execute investigative strategies; make charging decisions and propose dispositions on assigned cases; coordinate with international competition enforcers in matters involving multiple, parallel investigations across the globe; draft and negotiate compulsory process such as grand jury subpoenas, second requests, and civil investigative demands; and participate in competition advocacy, outreach, and training throughout the United States and abroad.
Please Note: Additional selections may be made from this announcement. Also, a writing sample may be requested of individuals identified as best qualified, to be forwarded to the selecting official along with your application package, upon referral. Applications mailed using government postage and/or internal federal government mailing systems are in violation of agency and postal regulations and will not be accepted.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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