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Re: AUSA/USAO hiring

Postby Anonymous User » Fri Jun 22, 2018 9:00 pm

Anonymous User wrote:Anyone apply to the recent NDGA (Atlanta) criminal AUSA postings?


I applied to the civil and criminal openings and very recently got invited to interview for the civil opening.

So, on that front, the office asked me to provide a list of references and specifically asked for my last three supervisors. Does the office contact supervisors before making offers? I’m at a large law firm and obvs would prefer that my firm not know I applied unless I was in the final stages.

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Re: AUSA/USAO hiring

Postby Anonymous User » Mon Jul 02, 2018 12:16 pm

Anyone familiar with DOJ Main's hiring timeline? How long from first interview to second to offer?

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Re: AUSA/USAO hiring

Postby Anonymous User » Wed Jul 18, 2018 11:17 pm

Got an invite to a final round interview with an east coast office on the larger side (NYC, DC, Baltimore, Chicago, etc).

They have yet to ask or mention references. I'd like to include a judge who I've done some trials in front of - but I still regularly appear in front of him/her.

If you were in my shoes would you wait for the office to request references before approaching the judge?

Also - any thoughts on why haven't they asked for references?



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