The Department of Justice (DOJ) doesn't make the laws, it just enforces them. The DOJ, one of 15 federal executive departments, is charged with enforcing federal law, defending the rights of US citizens, and representing the legal interests of the US government. The department covers both civil and criminal areas of federal law and is involved in everything from prosecuting offenders of antitrust laws to investigating organized crime. With the US Attorney General at its helm, the DOJ comprises 40 separate components, including the FBI, ATF, US Marshals, BOP, CRS, and US...
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Pros: great team, challenging substance of work. even better, you get access to an incredibly powerful network, but without all the puffery and pride of the private sector. people are generally open and genuinely willing to mentor and help people early in… – Full Review
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Intern at US Department of Justice (student candidate)
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Washington, DC Jul 2014 – Reviewed 2 days ago New
Interview Details – A small panel that works at the DoJ Criminal Division, Office of International Affairs conducted a phone interview. The process was fairly simple, they asked me a few questions like why I was interested with their department, what are my future plans, my prior work experience, etc... Then they said… – Full Interview
Nothing unexpected-- they asked my strengths and weaknesses, my work experience, my goals, etc... – Answer Question