Attorney Student Loan Repayment Program

The Department of Justice Attorney Student Loan Repayment Program (ASLRP) is an agency recruitment and retention incentive program based on 5 U.S. C. § 5379, as amended, and 5 CFR Part 537. The Department selects participants during an annual open season each spring. Any Justice employee serving in or hired to serve in an attorney position may request consideration for the ASLRP. The Department anticipates selecting new attorneys each year for participation on a competitive basis and renewing current beneficiaries during existing service obligations, subject to availability of funds. ASLRP benefits are paid directly to the loan holder, not to the individual attorney. Initial acceptance of ASLRP funding triggers a three-year service obligation to Justice. To receive ASLRP benefits, the attorney must qualify, the attorney's student loans must qualify, and all statutory requirements must be met. Attorneys who do not complete their service obligation must repay the Department for all funds received through the ASLRP.  Please review the ASLRP Policy for more details.


The annual open season to request participation in the Attorney Student Loan Repayment Program will open in early March 2016.  We are currently in the process of updating this website.  Please review the "Key Dates and Deadlines for 2016."

Additional Information and Forms

General Information

ASLRP Policy

ASLRP Frequently Asked Questions

Key Dates and Deadlines for 2016

ASLRP Eligibility Worksheet

Component ASLRP Points of Contact (Where to Submit Requests)

Component Specific Criteria (ASLRP Policy - Appendix A)

Forms for Attorneys

Initial Request for Consideration for Participation in ASLRP

Renewal Request Form 

Loan Continuation Page

Service Agreement between ASLRP participants and the Department

ASLRP Application Checklist

Forms for Components 

New Request – Review Form (Part 3)

New Request –Validation Form (Part 4)

Renewal Request - Review Form (Part 3)

Renewal Request – Validation Form (Part 4)

Leaving DOJ Prior to Completing the Service Obligation & Waivers of Indebtedness

Information and Instructions

DOJ Form 127

Investigation Report Form

Updated January 15, 2016