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Opportunities For Assistant United States Attorneys

Assistant United States Attorneys are some of the best and the brightest lawyers in the nation. Candidates who meet the high standards of the office are assigned to work in one of the sections of the Criminal or Civil Divisions. While there is no "typical" Assistant United States Attorney, most attorneys who begin working in the office have several years of litigation experience beyond law school.

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Assistant United States Attorney

The United States Attorney's Office for the Western District of North Carolina is accepting applications for a Criminal Assistant United States Attorney (AUSA) in the Criminal Division in Charlotte, North Carolina. As a member of the Criminal Division, attorneys are responsible for the prosecution of a variety of crimes under federal law including violent crimes, fraud, public corruption, illegal immigration, child pornography, human trafficking, drug violations, firearms violations, terrorism and asset forfeiture. The applicant selected for this position will spend substantial time developing, researching, and preparing cases involving violent crimes.

The Criminal AUSA position offers a unique and challenging experience for a highly motivated team player with the desire to litigate extensively. Applicants must demonstrate analytical ability, good judgment, organizational skills, excellent writing, and communication and courtroom skills. In addition, applicants must exhibit the ability to work in a supportive and professional manner with courthouse personnel, other attorneys, support staff, and client agencies.

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Updated November 17, 2021