Federal trial attorneys want a bit more telework flexibility

For the federal government’s trial attorneys, your flexibility to telework depends an awful lot on what part of the country you’re in. A new survey by the National Association of U-S Attorneys found a wide variety of telework policies across the 94 U.S. Attorney’s offices. But fewer than half have policies that the organization categories as “flexible.” Adam Hanna is an AUSA in the southern district of Illinois, and the vice president of the National Association of U-S Attorneys. He talked with FNN deputy editor Jared Serbu, who was filling in for Federal Drive host Tom Temin.