Have you ever wondered what the average day looks like for a federal prosecutor? Whether it is coordinating with international counterparts to obtain evidence or catch defendants, supporting a multi-district takedown of several criminals across the country, or crafting novel legal arguments to win the case, the job of an Assistant U.S. Attorney is rarely boring.
The Department of Justice is the federal executive department of the US Government responsible for the enforcement of the law and administration of justice in the United States. While much of the work the DOJ does focuses solely on domestic crime, the DOJ works extensively with international partners to administer law and justice on issues such as narcotics, criminal syndicates, human trafficking, cyber attacks and more. This event is your opportunity to ask three Assistant U.S. Attorneys who serve the District of New Jersey what their lives are like representing the United States and fighting crime. Zach Intrater, Meredith Williams, and Jamie Hoxie will be here March 7th to discuss their careers with the Department of Justice and how you can get more involved in federal public service.
In addition to detailing some of the international work of the DOJ and the challenges the DOJ faces working at the nexus of the domestic and the international, our three guests will talk more broadly about the legal careers from law school onto white shoe firms in New York and then on to the DOJ.