Internal Revenue Agent - GS 07 – 11
The candidate will be responsible to conduct pre-audit analysis of assigned cases, researching any available background materials, and formulates a plan for the audit. Perform employment tax examination(s) of businesses ranging from small sole proprietorships to very large and complex business entities with extensive operations often conducted through subsidiaries or other related operating components. Utilize advanced investigative, i... read more
Associate General Counsel
The candidate practices health and hospital law and provides related legal services including research; performs general corporate legal work; serves as United Health Services’ and firm’ lead counsel or co-counsel in guardianship proceedings, retention and/or treatment over objection of psychiatric patients and other patient care and regulatory matters. Should have Juris Doctor Degree with 3 to 7 years’ practicing law, 2 to 5 of which includ... read more
Intern work for Division of Human Rights. The Division is the law enforcement agency charged with enforcing New York State’s civil rights law, known as the Human Rights Law. Internships/externships are available on a year round basis.
Deadline: July 1. read more
The intern will observe court proceedings, assist with appellate briefs and perform administrative support functions. Duties Include; Legal Research; Interviewing Witnesses; Pre-trial Motions; Correspondence; Other; Observing Court Proceedings; Appellate Briefs. 1L and 2L Students are considered.
Tax Specialist, GS 05 - 09
The candidate will plan and conduct examinations and related investigations of a variety of individual and/or business taxpayers. Review examinations and related investigations of a variety of individual and business taxpayers involving complex tax issues and accounting records. Advise taxpayers of their rights as defined in the examination and appeal guidelines, the actual examination procedures, and an explanation of current tax and reporting r...
The students will join an organization that provides access migrants and asylum seekers access to legal services and information. Opportunities are available for students to work with legal staff and administration. Will assist with language support, administrative assistance and other special projects.
Areas of Law: Immigration and Naturalization, Defenses from Removal/Deportation, with an emphasis on asylum, withholding of removal and protection under the...
The candidate will be screening clients, researching merits of cases and preparing memorandum for attorneys and briefs for advocates; Provide outreach and a wide range of legal representation and advocacy to victims of crime under the federal Victims of Crime Act (VOCA); will be responsible for representing clients holistically to achieve clients’ goals through advocacy including litigation; will be active in the community through participation in outreach...
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The Intern will involve in all aspects of poverty law and litigation. Intern Duties Include:Legal Research: Interviewing Witnesses: Pre-Trial Discovery: Correspondence:Drafting Documents: Observing Court Proceedings: Trial Practice. Areas of Practice Exposure; Domestic Violence: Disability Rights: Elder Law:Housing. 1L Student and 2L Student is considered.
Special Agent - Legal/Criminal Investigation Background, GS 10
The candidate will provide analysis and advice on legal issues and to communicate clearly both internally and externally. Ability to be detail-oriented, yet keep a strategic focus. Ability to objectively evaluate information and make sound judgments. Traveling is required.
The students will join an organization that provides free legal services statewide to people with HIV/AIDS and others affected by the epidemic; educates the public about AIDS-related legal issues; and works at local, state and national levels to achieve fair laws and policies.
Areas of Law: Consumer, Debt/Credit/Bankruptcy, Employment, Health, HIV/AIDS, Housing, Life Planning, Public Benefits, Adoption, Bankruptcy, Breaches of Confidentiality, Discriminatio...