Legal jobs may be scarce in the private sector, but the federal government, it seems, still has a constant need for new lawyers.

It helps of course if you have experience in government contracts or a security clearance — or if you’re willing to work for $40,093 for the Army in Germany. As a new monthly feature, the BLT will highlight some of the current federal job listings, looking at which agencies are hiring and why, as well as some of the quirkier legal jobs in the corners of agencies you’ve never even heard of.

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