Assistant Attorney General Laurie Robinson Announces Departure from Office of Justice Programs

The Assistant Attorney General for the Office of Justice Programs (OJP), Laurie Robinson, announced that she would be leaving her position at the end of February. Assistant Attorney General Robinson was confirmed by the Senate in November 2009. She previously served for nearly seven years as Assistant Attorney General for OJP during the 1990s, making her the longest-serving head in the agency’s 44-year history. Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Mary Lou Leary will serve as acting assistant attorney general following Robinson’s departure.

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