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As a Tax Law Specialist you will be responsible for exercising independent judgment, and perform technical work of exceptional difficulty and responsibility. You will serve as reviewer, coordinator, consultant, and advisor regarding matters of technical content involved in the initiation, development, and revision of tax return forms, instructions, schedules, taxpayer information publications, tax law training materials, and other technical tax law material. Deadline: January 30, 2020. TO APPLY CLICK HERE.

As a Tax Law Specialist you will be responsible for exercising independent judgment, and perform technical work of exceptional difficulty and responsibility. You will serve as reviewer, coordinator, consultant, and advisor regarding matters of technical content involved in the initiation, development, and revision of tax return forms, instructions, schedules, taxpayer information publications, tax law training materials, and other technical tax law material. Deadline: January 30, 2020. TO APPLY CLICK HERE.

The IRS Office of Chief Counsel’s Honors Program offers entry-level positions that provide the opportunity to acquire significant training and experience in tax law. Honors Program positions are open to individuals each year who have superior academic qualifications or relevant experience to the work of Chief Counsel. The target start date for this position is fall 2020. Eligibility is limited to graduating law students who will graduate from law school between October 1, 2019 and September 30, 2020 and recent law school graduates who began participating in eligibility preserving activities within 9 months of law school graduation. Deadline: March 4, 2020. TO APPLY CLICK HERE.

The IRS Office of Chief Counsel’s Summer Legal Program provides exposure to the Office by enabling law students to work under the supervision, and with the assistance of, experienced tax lawyers. The training and work experience provides developmental assignments and helps prepare law students for a career as a tax lawyer and gives them an excellent view of what the practice of law is like at the Office of Chief Counsel. In the National Office, law students typically take part in a variety of educational and social events. Offers of full-time employment with our Honors Program may be made to summer law students at the conclusion of the program. It is anticipated students will work for us the full summer. The target start date for this position is summer 2020. Deadline: February 19, 2020. TO APPLY CLICK HERE.

We are looking for a person withknowledge of issues related to a progressive political and legal agenda, including support for civil liberties, opposition to government repression, workers’ rights, and social, racial, economic and gender justice. Looking for someone with 3-5 years experience as either Executive Director or Program Director working in a grassroots, membership organization. JD is not required but is desirable. Deadline: February 9, 2020. TO APPLY CLICK HERE.

The ideal candidate must possess solid analytical skills, be self-motivated and a progressive and dynamic team player. Excellent written, verbal communication, listening and interpersonal skills are necessary to work with diverse populations. The successful candidates will have the ability to articulate and explain legal concepts to different levels of audiences as well as manage multiple projects. The ideal candidate will enjoy working in a collaborative environment and have the flexibility to adapt to changing priorities. Graduation from an accredited law school with a Juris Doctorate degree AND two to four (2-4) years of experience as an attorney engaged in the practice of civil law, preferably in a municipal setting PLUS current active membership in the California State Bar Association required. Deadline: February 7, 2020. TO APPLY CLICK HERE.

Under general supervision or direction, performs increasingly difficult professional legal work in the analysis, preparation and prosecution of criminal cases before the court in Tuolumne County; and performs related duties as assigned. Open until filled. TO APPLY CLICK HERE.
Under direction, the Attorney – Criminal performs professional legal work in the Public Defender’s Office or District Attorney’s Office involving the defense or prosecution of criminal cases. Hiring on a continuous basis. TO APPLY CLICK HERE.
Job duties may include, under general supervision, performing a variety of criminal and civil investigations, trial preparations, and prosecutions; perform related work as required. Open until filled. TO APPLY CLICK HERE.

The Office is looking for attorneys who have a sincere dedication to criminal defense along with litigation skills anywhere from criminal defense law clerk, up to seasoned attorney’s with felony trial experience. The eligible list created as a result of this recruitment will be used to fill part-time and full-time regular, limited-term or extra-help positions as vacancies occur in the Public Defender’s Office. Deadline: February 17, 2020. TO APPLY CLICK HERE.

Performs legal work of average difficulty in representing the defense in criminal case accepted by or assigned to the Alternate Public Defender. Positions allocable to this class are characterized by the performance of legal tasks involved in representing the defense in a wide variety of misdemeanor cases or the less difficult felony cases accepted by or assigned to the Alternate Public Defender. Open until filled. TO APPLY CLICK HERE.
Under supervision or general direction, to perform legal work in the Office of the Public Defender; and to do related work as required. Open until filled. TO APPLY CLICK HERE.
Professor Kaelyn Romey is hiring a Research Assistant to assist with a tax law project.  You will work approximately 5 hours a week. This is a paid position. Tax LLM students are preferred but not required. Please email your resume and one paragraph explaining your interest in the position to kromey@ggu.edu. The deadline for applications is Sunday, September 1.
The Trial Attorney position is located in the Office of General Counsel with 1 position located in Chicago, IL and one position located in Kansas City, KS. TO APPLY CLICK HERE. 

Responsibilities

As a Trial Attorney, you will:
  • Participate with U.S. Attorneys in preparing and handling both affirmative and defensive litigation cases involving all HUD programs and participates with private attorneys in handling cases involving HUD-funded activities.
  • Defend the agency in state court proceedings and before the Merits System Protection Board, Equal Employment and Opportunity Commission, Federal Labor Relations Authority, Government Accountability Office, Board of Contract Appeals, and other administrative bodies and tribunals. Represents HUD before administrative law judges in civil rights enforcement actions alleging violations of Title VIII of the Civil Rights Act of 1968.
  • Prepare all pleadings, motions, briefs, and memorandum of law to be filed in cases.
  • Evaluate recommendations received from the offices within the jurisdiction concerning the institution or defense of litigation, termination or compromise and settlement of litigation, and appeal or other disposition of matters determined against the Secretary or the Department.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel – 1-5 nights per month
The Office of Chief Counsel, IRS, the largest tax law firm in the country, is looking for enthusiastic individuals to join our team and gain valuable experience in a legal environment. TO APPLY CLICK HERE.

Responsibilities

  Our mission is to serve America’s taxpayers fairly and with integrity by providing correct and impartial interpretation of the internal revenue laws and the highest quality legal advice and representation for the Internal Revenue Service. It is a great place to work with an excellent benefits package and family-friendly atmosphere. Because of its tax-related mission, the Office of Chief Counsel requires fingerprinting, tax verification, and a background security investigation as part of the pre-employment process. The IRS Office of Chief Counsel’s Honors Program offers entry-level positions that provide the opportunity to acquire significant training and experience in tax law. Honors Program positions are open to individuals each year who have superior academic qualifications or relevant experience to the work of Chief Counsel. The target start date for this position is fall 2020. Eligibility is limited to graduating law students who will graduate from law school between October 1, 2019 and September 30, 2020 and recent law school graduates who began participating in eligibility preserving activities within 9 months of law school graduation. Eligibility preserving activities are full-time activities starting after law school graduation that can preserve a law school graduate’s eligibility for the Honors Program. The following are eligibility preserving activities: judicial clerkships, tax or accounting-related graduate programs (including Tax LL.M. programs), or qualifying legal fellowships.  Qualifying legal fellowships must have a formal sponsor (e.g., a public service organization, a foundation, a bar association, a corporation, a law school, etc.), an established legal mission (e.g., purpose, type of work), and be publicly advertised as a fellowship at the time the candidate applied to the fellowship.  Fellowships must also be of fixed duration (“bridge the gap” fellowships that require fellows to continue to seek other employment and terminate when the incumbent secures permanent legal employment do not qualify). Breaks between consecutive eligibility preserving activities cannot exceed 120 days.  Participation in the eligibility preserving activity must be active through at least December 1 of the application year (may run later).  Law school graduates who received their J.D. prior to October 1, 2016 are ineligible. If you are not a licensed attorney when you join our Honors Program, you will initially be brought on board as a Law Clerk. Upon admission to the bar, and demonstration of satisfactory employment during the interim period, you will be eligible for conversion to an Attorney position. We are currently recruiting for our Division Counsel (Small Business/Self Employed) in the following cities: Atlanta, GA; Austin, TX; Boston, MA; Chicago, IL; Cleveland, OH; Dallas, TX; Detroit, MI; Greensboro, NC; Houston, TX; Jacksonville, FL; Laguna Niguel, CA; Los Angeles, CA; Nashville, TN; New Orleans, LA; New York (Manhattan), NY; Newark, NJ; Oklahoma City, OK; Philadelphia, PA; Plantation (Ft. Lauderdale), FL; Phoenix, AZ; Richmond, VA; Sacramento, CA; Salt Lake City, UT; San Diego, CA; San Francisco, CA; Seattle, WA; Thousand Oaks, CA; Washington, DC; Westbury (Long Island), NY. We are currently recruiting for our Division Counsel (Large Business & International) in the following cities: Atlanta, GA; Austin, TX; Boston, MA; Buffalo, NY; Chicago, IL; Cincinnati, OH; Cleveland, OH; Dallas, TX; Denver, CO; Detroit, MI; Greensboro, NC; Hartford, CT; Houston, TX; Jacksonville, FL; Laguna Niguel, CA; Los Angeles, CA; Miami, FL; Milwaukee, WI; New York (Manhattan), NY; Newark, NJ; Oklahoma City, OK; Philadelphia, PA; Phoenix, AZ; Plantation (Ft. Lauderdale), FL; Richmond, VA; San Diego, CA; San Francisco, CA; San Jose, CA; Seattle, WA; St. Paul, MN; Washington, DC; Westbury (Long Island), NY We are currently recruiting for our Office of the Division Counsel/Associate Chief Counsel (Criminal Tax) in the following cities: Baltimore, MD; Indianapolis, IN; Los Angeles, CA; Newark, NJ; Philadelphia, PA; Richmond, VA; St. Louis, MO; Washington, DC We are currently recruiting for our Office of the Division Counsel (Tax Exempt & Government Entities) in the following cities: Chicago, IL; Denver, CO; Los Angeles, CA; Thousand Oaks, CA We are also recruiting for our National Office divisions in Washington, DC. Here is a link to a list of all our legal divisions: https://www.jobs.irs.gov/resources/job-descriptions/legal-divisions This announcement has several cutoff dates, and applicants can be considered and selected after each deadline: July 31, September3, and September 30.
Golden Gate University School of Law invites applications for a 2018-2019 adjunct professor position to teach Evidence in the Courtroom during the 2019 Fall Semester. Extensive litigation experience, trial work, and teaching experience at an ABA law school are highly preferred qualifications. The ideal candidate will have significant experience in teaching the advocacy skills necessary for success in a litigation practice, such as drafting motions in limine, mastery of the Federal and California Rules of Evidence, trial preparation, making effective use of witness examinations and cross-examinations, and insuring ethical representation. We seek candidates with excellent communications skills, a strong work ethic, and a high degree of professionalism in all aspects of lawyering. It is also preferred that the candidate have prior publications and/or experience in the preparation of significant CLE materials. There is a possibility that the successful candidate will be able to add a substantive course to his or her teaching package, if desired, after the conclusion of the first semester of teaching. Areas of possible need may include Criminal Litigation, Depositions, and Motions Writing. Other potential courses may be available. The successful applicant must be a licensed attorney in a United States jurisdiction. Applications should consist of a cover letter, resume, and writing sample. Applications and inquiries should be directed to Professor Romey, the Director of the Litigation Program at kromey@ggu.edu.

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Kaelyn Romey

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  • 415-442-6668
  • kromey@ggu.edu

RACHEL BROCKL

Litigation Center Associate Director

  • 415-369-5212
  • rbrockl@ggu.edu

ROXANA ARAUJO

Litigation Center Baxter Fellow

  • 415-369-5213
  • baxterfellow@ggu.edu

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