No. 83-1427.

727 F.2d 192 (1984)

Joseph F. DUGAN, Plaintiff, Appellant, v. Arch RAMSAY, Director of the Office of Personnel Management, Defendant, Appellee.

United States Court of Appeals, First Circuit.

Decided February 9, 1984.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Joseph F. Dugan, Providence, R.I., pro se.

Everett C. Sammartino, Asst. U.S. Atty., Providence, R.I., with whom Lincoln C. Almond, U.S. Atty., Providence, R.I., was on brief, for defendant, appellee.

Before CAMPBELL, Chief Judge, ROSENN, Senior Circuit Judge, and BREYER, Circuit Judge.

BREYER, Circuit Judge.

On November 7, 1980, Joseph Dugan, the appellant, applied to become a federal administrative law judge. His previous experience in the practice of administrative law was limited. But, he believed he could qualify by showing sufficient trial experience. The Office of Personnel Management, in its statement of requirements for the ALJ position, says applicants may count towards the seven necessary years of qualifying experience their "experience...

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