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Thursday, January 31, 2008

DOJ Tax Division Seeks to Hire Civil Tax Litigators

The DOJ's Tax Division has asked me to post this:

The Tax Division of the U.S. Department of Justice has openings for civil litigators to represent the United States in a broad array of tax and tax-related matters in courts across the country. Tax Division trial attorneys are given a significant amount of responsibility and work in a collegial professional environment with the support of experienced litigators. We seek candidates who share a passion for litigation, are able to work both collaboratively and independently, and are willing to travel. For more information, please see our vacancy announcement.

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