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Tuesday, October 27, 2009

ABA Tax Section Hosts Careers in Tax Law

ABA Tax The ABA Tax Section is co-hosting Careers in Tax Law at various law schools around the country to introduce J.D. and LL.M. students to careers available in the tax practice area:

The career panels typically include three to four lawyers representing private practice, the government, academia, and one of the big four accounting firms. Panelists generally speak for about five minutes each, relating how they pursued their careers, pitfalls they may have encountered, and any advice they may have for the students interested in pursuing a career in tax law. A 10-15 minute Q&A session concludes the panel, and participants then break for a networking reception, including light refreshments and drinks.

The following Careers in Tax Law Panels are scheduled for fall 2009.  Please click on the school where you’d like to attend a career panel to RSVP:

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Well that's just great...Five programs all on the Eastern seaboard.

Way to cover the South, Midwest, Southwest, West, and Northwest.

Thanks ABA.

Posted by: Debt Load | Oct 27, 2009 5:45:32 PM