Ryan Raybould secures highly competitive entry-level federal agency position.
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Attorney hiring at federal agencies is an extremely competitive process, with thousands of applicants for a much smaller number of positions. This year, Ryan Raybould (Notre Dame, '12) was hired by the Department of Justice as part of the Attorney General Honors Program, working in the criminal tax division component.
While being stationed in Washington D.C., Ryan will try white collar crime cases all over the country. He will begin his assignment next fall after he completes his judicial clerkship with The Honorable "Connor.
Within the Department of Justice, Ryan joins Tim Belsan, another Weigand Scholar. Ryan says, "Tim has been very helpful throughout the whole Attorney General Honors Program process. Suffice it to say that I am very humbled and excited at such an opportunity!"