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The U.S. Department of Commerce, Office of the General Counsel (OGC) seeks to be a leader in building a culture of excellence, service, and creative collaboration within its offices and across the department. The Office of the General Counsel offers rewarding careers focused on improving and revitalizing the economy and laying a foundation for sustainable U.S. leadership in a global economy in the 21st Century.

We recognize and appreciate the need for attorneys of varied backgrounds and skills, and offer an inclusive environment that relies on diverse perspectives to ensure that we effectively serve the American people. Whether you are a law student or a seasoned attorney, there are opportunities for you at the Department of Commerce.

 


Attorney Advisor (International Commerce) - The Office of the General Counsel is seeking a GS-12 Attorney-Advisor in the Office of the Chief Counsel for International Commerce (OCC/IC). OCC/IC provides programmatic legal advice and support to the Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration (ITA) in support of the Department’s work in promoting international trade, opening foreign markets, ensuring compliance with international trade agreements, promoting investment in the United States, and supporting U.S. commercial interests abroad.  

Full or Part Time Volunteer Law Interns (International Commerce) - The Office of the Chief Counsel for International Commerce (OCC-IC), U.S. Department of Commerce, Washington, DC, seeks two full or part-time volunteer law interns for Spring 2018.

To learn more about the Office of the Chief Counsel for International Commerce, please visit OCCIC


Attorney Advisor (Industry and Security) - The Office of the General Counsel is seeking a junior attorney at the GS-11 or 12 level and/or recent law school graduates at the GS-11 grade level to join the Office of Chief Counsel for Industry and Security (OCC/IS). OCC/IS provides legal advice and support to the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) on a wide range of issues critical to advancing U.S. national security, foreign policy and economic objectives.

To learn more about the Office of the Chief Counsel for Industry and Security, please visit OCC/IS


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