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| TEMPORARY EMPLOYMENT STATEMENT|
(For Law Clerks/Attorneys Serving Under Excepted Service Appointments
Not To Exceed 2 years or 14-months)
You have accepted a non-permanent excepted service appointment, which is not to exceed 2-years or 14-months to allow for the completion of your background investigation and/or admittance to the bar, in the Antitrust Division of the United States Department of Justice. To assist you in understanding the conditions of employment as a non-permanent employee, a few facts are listed below:
NATURE OF EMPLOYMENT
2. For law clerks/attorneys without veterans' preference, your appointment generally may be terminated, without right of appeal to the Merit Systems Protection Board, within the first two years of service following your conversion to a permanent appointment. Procedural rights within the Department of Justice and the Merit Systems Protection Board will be attained after two years in a permanent position, as prescribed by 5 U.S.C. §§ 7511 (a)(1)(C), 7513(d). Preference eligible attorneys, as defined in 5 C.F.R. 211.102, accrue the right to contest an adverse action after one year of current continuous service, including time served in a temporary appointment.
If you have questions regarding the terms of your employment, please feel free to contact the Antitrust Personnel Staff on (202) 514-2469.
I understand these conditions of employment and acknowledge receipt of a copy thereof.