Government & Public Interest

Christine A. Brunswick Tax Fellowship

The application period is now open for the ABA Tax Section’s Christine A. Brunswick Fellowship program through November 10th. The ABA Tax Section has operated this fellowship program since 2008 with impressive impact on communities throughout the country. The fellowship provides two years of funding to practice public interest tax law at a qualifying host organization and free travel, lodging, and registration to the main Tax Section meetings. In addition to representing low-income taxpayers and completing a public service project, prior fellows have gone on to careers in public interest tax, clerkships, private tax practice, academia, government positions, and have held leadership positions throughout the Tax Section. To learn more about the opportunity and to access the application materials and links to recent webinars please see the Tax Section’s website. Placements are possible at a wide range of organizations, including the organization below.

New Mexico Legal Aid Information Seeks Tax Fellow:
The New Mexico Legal Aid LITC, headed by Director Nathaniel Puffer, is located in Albuquerque and has a team of two other staff attorneys and one paralegal. It is the only LITC in all of New Mexico, covering 33 counties. New Mexico, a beautiful and historic state, is also one of the poorest in the union. There are ample opportunities for a Fellow to engage in education, litigation and outreach activities. The successful candidate would be directly supervised by the former Director, an income tax attorney with over 40 years of practice experience.

If you are an applicant interested in a fellowshp placement with NM Legal Aid, please reach out to Michelle Grossfield in the CSO for a contact at the organization.