Tax Law Specialist - Bilingual Spanish (Fresno)
Tax Law Specialist (Fresno)
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.
Office of Chief Counsel, IRS Honors Program
Office of Chief Counsel, IRS Summer Legal Program (Multiple CA Locations)
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.
Executive Director, national lawyers guild (San Francisco)
Deputy City Attorney (Berkeley)
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.
deputy district attorney I/II/III/IV (toulumne)
Attorney - Criminal Levels I-V (Sacramento)
extra-help deputy district attorney 1 (Santa Barbara)
deputy public defender I-IV (solano)
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.
deputy public defender II (los angeles)
deputy public defender I-V (kern)
Research Assistant Needed - Tax Law
Trial Attorney - Dept. Housing and Urban Development
- 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 RequiredOccasional travel – 1-5 nights per month