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Law Clerk Program Fall

Company name

United States Tax Court

Organization Type

Government

Job Type

Judicial Clerkship

Date Last Verified

Sep 17,2018

Posted on

Aug 07,2018

Location

Washington, DC
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Law Clerk Program, Fall 2019 The Honorable Judge Richard T. Morrison The law clerk performs legal research, digesting, drafting, and related assignments on tax cases tried before the Judge or Special Trial Judge. Must be a law school graduate and be admitted to the Bar within 14 months of the appointment. Should have completed Federal tax law courses and plan to practice in this specialized field. Should preferably have worked on a law review and graduated in the upper one-third of law school class. Special consideration may be given to the applicant who has earned an LL.M. degree in taxation or who has completed one year of professional employment in the Federal tax field. Must have excellent writing and research skills; ability to work in a small team environment; and ability to work carefully through facts and law.

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Submit cover letter, resume, unofficial transcripts, and writing sample. Judge Link: https://www.ustaxcourt.gov/judges/morrison.htm

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Richard T. Morrison
Judge
United States Tax Court
400 Second Street, NW
Washington, DC 20217

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