Saturday, June 30, 2007
The ever-increasing turnover rate at DOJ just increased even further, with another individual announcing a departure. Assistant Attorney General Rachel Brand announced her departure from DOJ, effective July 9, 2007. A DOJ Press release states:
"As Assistant Attorney General for Legal Policy, Brand managed the development of a variety of civil and criminal policy initiatives, the creation of departmental regulations, and the Department’s role in the confirmation of the President’s judicial nominees. She played an integral role in securing reauthorization of the US A PATRIOT Act in 2006, and was responsible for preparing Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Samuel Alito for their confirmation hearings."