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Monday, July 18, 2011

Apparently, the Department of Justice Can't Afford Lawyers Anymore

Apparently, the Department of Justice Can't Afford Lawyers Anymore

"In a time of potentially diminished resources, we're trying to be as creative as we can," US Attorney Paul Fishman tells the New Jersey Law Journal. "This is a project that has been tried with great success in other US Attorneys' Offices around the country."

The "project" to which Fishman refers is the hiring of "Special Assistant US Attorneys" -- with "special," in this case, meaning "free."

Announced today, New Jersey is looking to fill Special Assistant positions in the General Crimes Unit of the Criminal Division in Newark and in the Criminal Division in Camden"

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