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Jorge Benjamin Aguinaga

Justice (joined: Aug. 20, 2017)

Counsel | $94,796

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Alexis Allen

Justice (joined: July 15, 2018)

Confidential Assistant, Office of the Attorney General | $68,036

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Kelli Andrews

Justice (joined: May 16, 2018)

Chief of Staff and Counselor, National Security Division | $175,000

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Bio, via LinkedIn:

Specialties: Corporate investigations, criminal investigations, litigation, immigration, national security issues.

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Omeed Assefi

Justice (joined: Sept. 30, 2018)

Counsel, Civil Rights Division | $96,970

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Jennifer Bandy-Dickey

Justice (joined: May 28, 2017)

Counsel | $112,021

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Gary Evan Barnett

Justice (joined: Jan. 23, 2017)

Counsel | $131,767 | Financial Disclosure »

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Spencer Bassett

Justice (joined: Aug. 5, 2018)

Justice Attache, Rule of Law Office

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Matthew Howard Baughman

Justice (joined: April 23, 2018)

Associate Deputy Assistant General | $175,500

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Brian Allen Benczkowski Awaiting Senate Confirmation

Justice

Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division | Financial Disclosure »

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Jonathan Andrew BerryTransferred to Labor

Justice (joined: Jan. 20, 2017)

Counsel | $112,021

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Jordan Landrum Von Bokern

Justice (joined: July 26, 2018)

Counsel, Office of Legal Policy | $114,590

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Bio, via Foundation for individual rights in Education:

During my time at Colorado State, I worked for the student government in several roles, including running the funding process for student events and representing undergraduates on the university’s curriculum committee. This exposed me to the inner workings of university governance and got me involved in such issues as academic freedom and student rights on campus. These experiences piqued my interest in the law and governance of higher education institutions, and FIRE’s resources gave me plenty of guidance during those years. I was dismayed when I looked up CSU on FIRE’s website and found a "yellow light" rating for its speech codes, meaning there were policies that were ambiguous and could be used to deny students their expressive rights on campus. I also found out that FIRE had come to the defense of CSU’s student newspaper when the editorial board ran a column using strong language to criticize President Bush and the university considered firing the editor responsible. This drove home for me that denials of student rights in universities were not as rare or distant as I’d always assumed. When I came to law school, I knew I wanted an opportunity to help defend constitutional rights on university campuses. FIRE’s Internship Program offered the perfect opportunity for this, providing first-hand experience defending these rights and advocating for recognition of the value that freedom offers to colleges and universities. I’m motivated in the work I do for FIRE not just because the law is on our side, but also because I believe that freedom in academic institutions is a core tenet of our democratic system and a touchstone of American values. I’ve seen the efforts to squash public discourse and punish protected speech in colleges and universities, and I hope my work at FIRE will help make those infringements on student rights a relic of the past. I know my education would have been less valuable without the experience of participating in rallies, protests, and demonstrations, and I would have been intellectually impoverished if my classmates with unorthodox or unpopular viewpoints had been excluded from the free exchange of ideas on campus. I hope that I can ensure the same robust and challenging intellectual atmosphere is available for all students. Though my legal education has just begun, I’ve already learned enough to recognize the unparalleled benefits offered by freedom and the dangers posed by governmental overreach.

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Zachary Charles Bolitho

Justice (joined: May 22, 2017)

Counsel | $140,552

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Stephen Elliott Boyd

Justice

Senior Advisor to the Assistant Attorney General

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Rachel L. Brand departed Feb. 20, 2018

Justice (joined: May 18, 2017)

Associate Attorney General | Financial Disclosure »

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Jonathan Daniel Brightbill

Justice (joined: July 5, 2017)

Deputy Assistant Attorney General | $175,500

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Errical Bryant

Justice (joined: June 1, 2017)

Director of Scheduling | $115,755

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James M. Burnham

Justice (joined: Oct. 1, 2017)

Senior Counsel | $140,552 | Financial Disclosure »

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David Penn Burns

Justice (joined: Sept. 16, 2018)

Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney, National Security Division | $179,700

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Jeremy M. Bylund

Justice

Deputy Associate Attorney General | $175,500

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Mark Eugene Champoux

Justice (joined: Jan. 2, 2018)

Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General, Office of Legal Policy | $179,700

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Jeffrey Bossert Clark Awaiting Senate Confirmation

Justice

Assistant Attorney General for the Environment and Natural Resources Division | Financial Disclosure »

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Former Positions Outside Government

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Christopher J. Constantini

Justice (joined: Oct. 1, 2017)

Senior Trial Attorney

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Steven H. Cook

Justice (joined: Oct. 29, 2017)

Associate Deputy Attorney General and Law Enforcement Liaison

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Michael J. Costigan

Justice (joined: April 9, 2018)

Senior Advisor, Office of Justice Programs | $134,789

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Stephen John Cox

Justice (joined: March 5, 2017)

Deputy Associate Attorney General | $175,500

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Stephen Cox was corporate counsel for Apache Corporation, a petroleum and natural gas exploration and production company, where, among other things, he gave advice on regulatory challenges and multiple state and federal investigations, according to his Linkedin profile. Before that, he served a stint in the Federal Bureau of Investigation and represented clients, including BP, as an attorney at the law firm WilmerHale, where he counseled multinational companies on compliance issues and investigations relating to anti­corruption laws, trade sanctions, export controls, political lobbying, immigration and hydraulic fracturing. — ProPublica

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John Cronan

Justice

Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General | $179,700

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James Crowell

Justice (joined: Dec. 10, 2017)

Interim Director and Senior Counselor | Chief of Staff and Associate Deputy Attorney General

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Katherine Crytzer

Justice

Chief of Staff and Counsel | $112,021

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Danielle Anastasia Cutrona departed Nov. 9, 2018

Justice (joined: March 5, 2017)

Senior Counselor | $179,700

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Ethan Price Davis

Justice (joined: July 26, 2017)

Deputy Assistant Attorney General | $175,500

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