Attorney General Michael Mukasey has appointed Brian Benczkowski to serve as his chief of staff, replacing Brett Gerry the Justice Department announced today:
Benczkowski, 38, currently serves as chief of staff to Deputy Attorney General Mark Filip.
[He] will succeed Brett Gerry, who will be leaving the Department after more than four years in the Executive Branch, and who has served as the Attorney General’s chief of staff since his confirmation.
. . . “I am happy that Brian Benczkowski has agreed to serve as my chief of staff,” Attorney General Mukasey said. “Brian has been one of my closest advisers in the Department since my confirmation process, and his exceptional judgment and extensive experience in the Department will be of great value to me and to the Department in the upcoming months.”