The Justice Department’s Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR) and the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) released their 67-page report outlining cases of discrimination and politicized appointments in the DOJ Civil Rights Division’s hiring practices.

The report focuses particularly on the work by a former principal deputy attorney general in the Civil Rights Division, Mr. Bradley Schlozman. The report details emails written by Mr. Schlozman as well as interviews that showcase a discriminating lense through which Mr. Schlozman hired and promoted lawyers within the Civil Rights Division.

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The full report can be found here.