Should I Plan on Tax LLM for IRS

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Should I Plan on Tax LLM for IRS

Postby Anonymous User » Mon Oct 01, 2018 9:26 pm

I am a current 1L at University of Pittsburgh interested in tax. I am interested in the IRS Office of Chief Counsel Honors Program and was wondering if anyone could shed light on IRS hiring of tax attorneys from non-T14 without an LLM. Do I have a shot at the Pittsburgh regional IRS office assuming good grades and tax review / law review? Do I have a shot at the D.C. IRS office? Or should I be planning on doing either NYU or Gtown LLM first, then trying for the IRS honors program?

Obviously do not have grades back yet, but I am speculating I'll be in top 25% based on my interactions with my peers.


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