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Depends on how you define public interest, I guess. State governments hire administrative lawyers in tax, corporate, labor, and real estate since all those things involve extensive regulation. No six figure salaries, though.
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In addition to state/local government for tax, you can also work for/start a Low Income Tax Clinic to help low income individuals and families get out of tax debt/do representation. The ABA Tax Section has a fellowship for recent graduates interested in public interest tax work.
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