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Crowell & Moring LLP, a global Am Law 100 law firm, seeks a highly qualified associate to join its Tax Group, working from its Washington, D.C. office.
Our tax group is particularly well known for tax controversy and litigation, tax planning for corporate and financing transactions, international tax, state tax matters, partnership tax, and employee benefits and executive compensation.
Candidates should have 2 to 4 years of tax experience, including some transactional tax experience at an Am Law 100 law firm.
All candidates should have excellent academic credentials as well as highly developed organization, writing and analytical skills. Candidates must be a member of the D.C. Bar, or eligible to waive in to the D.C. Bar.
To apply, submit your resume, law transcript, and cover letter using the online application system.
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THIS WEEK (December 8-14):
Ethics Issues in Negotiating Sourcing Deals
This week’s free seminar discusses zealous representation within the bounds of the law, where to draw the line with puffery vs. false statements, limits on communications with adverse parties, cross-border and multijurisdictional negotiations, outsourcing hypothetical scenarios, and preparing for the conversation with inside counsel. Sign up today to receive this free On-Demand seminar Ethics Issues in Negotiating Sourcing Deals.
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