Tax Division Employment Opportunities

 
 

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Experienced Civil and Criminal Attorneys Wanted! Multiple Positions Available!

The Tax Division is actively seeking experienced attorneys to fill several vacancies in our civil and criminal sections.

Attorneys wishing to submit application materials should send a resume, writing sample, law school and any advanced degree transcripts and a list of three professional references to: U.S. Department of Justice, Tax Division, Human Resources Office, P.O. Box 813, Washington D.C. 20044. ATTN: Attorney Recruitment Coordinator. Applicants should specify whether they are interested in civil or criminal tax law.

For more information on the positions in the Civil Sections, please click Litigators which provides information on Civil Attorney positions. For more information on the positions in the Criminal Sections, please click on Prosecutors which provides information on Criminal Attorney positions.

The Tax Division employs volunteer law student interns during the summer and throughout the school year.

In addition, the Tax Division employs paid summer law student interns.

Third-year law students and judicial law clerks may apply for permanent employment through the Attorney General's Honors Program.

The Tax Division also employs high school and college students.

JOB ANNOUNCEMENTS
  Washington, DC Dallas, TX
Attorneys: Litigators

Prosecutors

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Paralegals: No Vacancies No Vacancies
 
Administrative Support: No Vacancies
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Updated April 6, 2015

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