Meet Our Lawyers

Gaye Tenoso, Deputy Director, Office of Tribal Justice
Meet Gaye
Deputy Director
Office of Tribal Justice
To me, there is no higher calling in the legal profession than protecting rights guaranteed by our laws and Constitution, and no more important institution in which to engage in those efforts than the U.S. Department of Justice. It has been my privilege to have worked at the Department to safeguard the rights of minority individuals and Indian tribes for more than a quarter of a century, first in the Civil Rights Division, and now in the Office of Tribal Justice.
Meet Tiwana Trial Attorney, Tax Division
Meet Tiwana  
Trial Attorney
Tax Division
At Justice you are exposed to some of the most experienced litigators in the country. The resources and training provided to new and lateral attorneys are exceptional.
Meet Ann, Senior Counsel for Criminal Enforcement
Meet Ann
Senior Counsel for
Criminal Enforcement
I interned for the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Maryland and for the Civil Rights Division’s Criminal Section. I had such an overwhelmingly positive experience during those hands-on internships that I knew I wanted to work for Justice as a federal prosecutor. The integrity, intelligence and dedication to doing justice that I saw in the DOJ prosecutors I interned for shaped me as a lawyer and solidified my career path.
Meet Cindy Trial Attorney, Civil Division
Meet Cindy
Trial Attorney
Civil Division
Few new attorneys have the opportunity to begin their career with this level of responsibility for cases with national importance – and I feel lucky to be one of them.
Meet Nick, Assistant United States Attorney, USAO North Dakota
Meet Nick
United States Attorney
USAO, North Dakota
Being an AUSA it is not just a great public service job — it is the ultimate public service job and ultimate attorney job. On a daily basis, I am rewarded by the fact that I have brought justice to a deserving person.