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Meet Benjamin

In law school, I had the chance to volunteer at two different offices in the Department of Justice: the Civil Division, Office of Immigration Litigation, and the National Courts Section of Commercial Litigation, Civil Division. My volunteer experiences exposed me to the varied and important work of the “Nation’s largest law firm” and the wonderful opportunities being a Justice attorney offers.


Benjamin Moss

In law school, I had the chance to volunteer at two different offices in the Department of Justice: the Civil Division, Office of Immigration Litigation and the National Courts Section, Commercial Litigation, Civil Division. Those volunteer experiences exposed me to the varied and important work of the “Nation’s largest law firm” and the wonderful opportunities being a Justice attorney offers.

In part because of the great experience I gained as a volunteer legal intern at Justice, I was hired through the Attorney General’s Honors Program to work as a judicial law clerk for an Administrative Law Judge with the Department’s Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). After completing my clerkship with DEA, I was delighted to transition back to the Office of Immigration Litigation. I am proud to be a Trial Attorney.

Having worked in numerous DOJ offices, I have developed strong relationships with people that I hope will serve as mentors for the rest of my career. I feel fortunate to have encountered experienced, hardworking individuals who have eagerly offered advice and insight into the various rewarding paths of public service.