As our nation’s largest legal employer, Justice offers opportunities for law students and attorneys in virtually every legal practice area.
This chart will help you explore the work of various DOJ organizations, and ﬁnd those that best match your interests and expertise.
More detailed information about speciﬁc DOJ organizations and Justice’s legal hiring programs is available at www.justice.gov/legalcareers.
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives
Federal Bureau of Prisons
Community Oriented Policing Services
Community Relations Service
Drug Enforcement Administration
Environment and Natural Resources Division
Executive Office for Immigration Review
Executive Office for U.S. Attorneys
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Foreign Claims Settlement Commission
Justice Management Division
National Security Division
Office of the Inspector General
Office of Information Policy
Office of Justice Programs
Office of Legislative Affairs
Office of the Pardon Attorney
Office of Professional Responsibility
Office of the Solicitor General
Office on Violence Against Women
Professional Responsibility Advisory Office