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Saturday, December 31, 2005

IRS Office of Chief Counsel (LMSB) Seeks Attorney in Nashville Office

Irs_logo_169The IRS's Office of Chief Counsel is seeking to fill an attorney position in the Division Counsel, Large and Mid-Size Business (LMSB) in Nashville, TN:

LMSB is headquartered in Washington, DC and has five Area Counsels located in New Jersey, Manhattan, Chicago, Houston, and San Francisco. Each Area Counsel is responsible for legal work within a defined geographic area and for developing specialized knowledge of one of the industries served nationally by the IRS including: financial services; heavy manufacturing & transportation; food, mass retailers, pharmaceuticals & healthcare; natural resources & construction; & communications, technology & media.

Major Duties: Large and Mid-Size Business attorneys typically provide a full range of legal services on all issues including legal advice and handling litigation in the U.S. Tax Court as well as referrals and recommendations to the Department of Justice in refund litigation. LMSB attorneys work primarily on cases involving complex and/or sensitive corporate, partnership, and "S" corportion tax issues in a global environment.

Salary: $60,576 - 110,662.

Application Deadline:  January 13, 2006.

For more information or to apply, see here.

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Could anyone briefly explain what it is really like to work as an attorney in the IRS chief counsel's office? How challenging would it be for a relatively new attorney with no litigation experience?

Posted by: Hubert | Jan 7, 2006 6:11:19 AM