Federal Career Opportunities in Tax Law – Virtual Panel on September 1, 2021!

Are you interested in tax law? Even if you haven’t thought about a career in tax, maybe you want to be in a courtroom litigating or at a table strategizing business deals? Have you dreamed about working in criminal law or being a federal prosecutor? Are you interested in legislation and policy? Do you want a work/life balance after you graduate?

Consider a career with the federal government!

A position on the Hill, with the U.S. Tax Court, the Department of Justice Tax Division, or IRS Office of Chief Counsel might be the right place for you, either to start your career and gain valuable experience that might take years to get in private sector jobs, if ever! Join us to learn about our programs, how to apply, and ask questions about the application process and federal careers.

The IRS Office of Chief Counsel and several other federal government agencies, involved in Federal Tax Law, will be hosting a panel discussion on Federal Career Opportunities in Tax. This will take place on Wednesday, September 1, 2021, at 12 noon Eastern via Zoom (meeting information below, please mark your calendars).

Panelists include a United States Tax Court judge, as well as attorneys from the IRS Office of Chief Counsel, the Department of Justice Tax Division, and Capitol Hill. There will be a question and answer segment at the end. This event will provide law students with the opportunity to meet attorneys from diverse backgrounds who will discuss their career path and opportunities available for law students and graduates with their employers. The IRS Office of Chief Counsel maintains its commitment to hiring a diverse workforce and hopes that students will find this event both informative and useful.

Date of Event – Wednesday, September 1, 2021 at 12 noon ET. Click to register.