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series on Becoming a Federal Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) examines the future of the ALJ program, the influences that are likely to affect it, and its prospects for long-term viability and growth. Everything points to a glowing future with lots of opportunity for interested attorneys. Social Security Hearings Demand Over 75 percent of federal ALJs spend 100 percent of their time hearing and deciding Social Security cases, primarily Social Security Disability Income (SSDI) claims. There are currently over two million new applications for SSDI benefits each year, a number that is growing by more than 10 percent a ...
ALJ Theodore R. Essex spoke recently to ITC 337 Law Blog. The answers he has provided here are strictly his own, and do not represent the position of the ITC or any other member of it. What interested you in becoming an ALJ at the ITC? There were two factors that interested me in coming to the ITC, the first being geographical. Having said that, when I saw the opening for a judge at the ITC, I studied the agency, reading its website, including the section on 337, the Commission rules, the CFR sections that applied to the ITC, and it was very clear that the work here was challenging at a ... Read More
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