The Honors Program in the Office of the Solicitor at the U.S. Department of Labor provides challenging professional opportunities for outstanding law school graduates. Honors Program attorneys work in the Solicitor's Office either at the department's headquarters in Washington, D.C., or in one of nine regional offices, gaining exposure to a broad range of substantive legal work in one of the government's preeminent legal offices.
Secretary Perez talks about the Honors Program
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The Office of the Solicitor serves as the legal counsel for the U.S. Department of Labor. The approximately 550 attorneys in SOL enforce and interpret occupational and mine safety and health laws, civil rights laws, pension and health benefit laws, and more.
The Honors Program gives attorneys a unique opportunity to help interpret and enforce a broad range of labor and employment laws while working in one of the largest legal offices in the federal government.
The program may hire approximately 10 attorneys to begin the Honors Program in the Fall of 2015, and is recruiting attorneys to work in the national office and selected regional offices.
The Department of Labor's mission is to promote the welfare of wage earners, job seekers, and retirees; improve working conditions; advance opportunities for profitable employment, and ensure work-related benefits and rights.