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D.C. Office of Administrative Hearings Seeks Applicants for ALJ Vacancy

July 07, 2023

The District of Columbia Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH) is looking for a qualified public or private sector attorney to fill a vacant administrative law judge (ALJ) position. OAH is an administrative tribunal that adjudicates disputes arising from a range of regulatory disciplines, including the civil enforcement of public health, environmental, and business standards; public benefits disputes; challenges to governmental licensing and permitting decisions; and other contested cases emerging from more than 40 agencies, boards, and commissions.

ALJ applicants must have at least five years of experience in the practice of law with substantial litigation experience. Applicants must also be a member of the D.C. Bar and a resident of the District of Columbia.

ALJ appointees serve an initial two-year term and are eligible for subsequent six-year reappointments.

Interested candidates should download an application package by visiting https://dchr.dc.gov/node/1647606 and submit a completed application, cover letter, and supplemental documentation to [email protected] by July 31, 2023.

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