Office of Legal Policy

Office of Legal Policy

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Meet the Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General

Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General

Jonathan Wroblewski is the Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General and head of the Office of Legal Policy.   He oversees the development of policy initiatives for the Department of Justice.  Mr. Wroblewski joined OLP in December 2015 from the Criminal Division, where he served as the Division’s Director of the Office of Policy and Legislation beginning in 2008.  In that position, he represented the Attorney General as a member of the United States Sentencing Commission, on the Federal Judicial Conference’s Advisory Committee on the Criminal Rules, and on the American Bar Association’s Criminal Justice Council.


The mission of the Office of Legal Policy is to develop and implement the Department's significant policy initiatives, handle special projects that implicate the interests of multiple Department components, coordinate with other interested Department components and other Executive Branch agencies, and serve as the primary policy advisor to the Attorney General and the Deputy Attorney General; it also reviews and coordinates all regulations promulgated by the Department and all of its components, assists the Attorney General with responsibilities in recommending candidates for federal judgeships, and coordinates the judicial nomination and confirmation process with the White House and the Senate.

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Jonathan Wroblewski
Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General


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