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Office of Administrative Law Judges (OAJL)
Posted On: Mar 05, 2013
The Federal government consists of three branches: executive, legislative and judicial. The Federal judges you hear most about are employed by the judicial branch. They are district court, court of appeals and U.S. Supreme Court judges.

The executive branch, however, also employs judges, who are referred to as "administrative law judges" or "ALJs".

Mission statement:  Administrative law judges from the United States Department of Labor's Office of Administrative Law Judges preside over formal hearings concerning many labor-related matters. The office's mission is to render fair and equitable decisions under the governing law and the facts of each case.

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