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The Department of Justice is hiring a supervisory attorney for the Disability/Title II trial unit in DC.

 


 

Link: Supervisory Trial Attorney (Deputy Chief) | LEGAL-CAREERS | Department of Justice

 

 

Supervisory Trial Attorney (Deputy Chief)

05/20/2021 04:03 PM EDT

 

Civil Rights Division (CRT)
Disability Rights Sections
Washington, District of Columbia
Announcement #: 21-ALS-001-DRS (ATT)
Application Deadline: June 11, 2021

The Disability Rights Section seeks a Supervisory Trial Attorney (Deputy Chief) to manage attorneys and professional staff in enforcing the integration mandate of Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act. The integration mandate requires public entities to administer services, programs, and activities in the most integrated setting appropriate to the needs of qualified individuals with disabilities.

The Deputy Chief will be responsible for duties that include:

  1. supervising sensitive and complex Olmstead investigations, litigation, and negotiations. In particular, the Deputy Chief will supervise: screening and development of new matters; comprehensive investigations involving in-person visits, witness interviews, experts, data analysis, and preparation of written recommendations, legal analyses, and proposed findings; negotiation, monitoring, and enforcement of settlement agreements; and complex litigation involving extensive discovery, pretrial motions practice, preliminary injunction hearings, trials, and post-judgment enforcement and contempt proceedings;
  2. reviewing, editing, and approving extensive written work product;
  3. supervising and mentoring attorneys and other Section staff;
  4. working with the Section Chief and management team to develop and implement strategies and Olmstead enforcement priorities;
  5. coordinating with other federal agencies to ensure effective and efficient information sharing and referrals of potential Olmstead matters;
  6. supervising and conducting outreach activities, including conference presentations, to individuals affected by the work of the Section; and
  7. undertaking various administrative duties, including evaluating attorneys and staff and performing non-litigating assignments and special projects assigned by the Chief or other officials in the Division.

 

 

Claudette Rushing

Attorney Advisor

Department of the Interior

Office of the Solicitor - Division of Indian Affairs

1849 C St., NW - Mailstop 6513

Washington, DC 20240

Phone:  202-513-0365, Fax:  202-219-1791

 

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