Government & Public Interest

IRS & Tax in Federal Government Programs 8/23 and 9/1

IRS Office of Chief Counsel Virtual Conversation
Are you interested in tax? Even if you haven’t thought about a career in tax, do you like Litigation or Transactional Law? Have you ever considered a career with the federal government? Are you worried about having a work/life balance when you graduate? IRS’ Office of Chief Counsel might be the place for you, either to start your career and gain valuable experience that might take years to get in private sector jobs, if ever, or for your whole career!

Come join the IRS’ Office of Chief Counsel Deputy Chief Counsel in a virtual small group chat to discuss a day in the life of an IRS’ attorney on Monday, August 23, 2021 at 12 PM Eastern. This small group setting will be a time for you to ask questions, get to know more about the agency, learn more about their hiring process, and talk to attorneys about their experience at Counsel. These sessions are open to all current students. Please see SAGE for information to join this program.

Federal Careers in Tax Virtual Panel
The IRS, Office of Chief Counsel will partner with other Tax employers and will host a panel discussion on Federal Career Opportunities in Tax. The event will take place on Wednesday, September 1, 2021, at 12 PM Eastern via Zoom. Find meeting information on SAGE.

IRS Hiring
Later this summer, the Office of Chief Counsel will be hiring 2Ls, 3Ls and LLM students. See for information on open positions and hiring.