The Tax Law Center at the New York University School of Law is seeking one or more full-time Tax Law and Policy Fellows to assist the Executive Director and other senior staff with cross-cutting research, writing, and project management.
You are a recent law school graduate with a strong interest in advancing justice through the tax code, and gaining experience working with academics and policymakers to solve difficult legislative and regulatory problems.
This is a two year fellowship.
The Tax Law and Policy Fellow will be responsible for a wide range of activities in a start-up environment, including:
Researching and drafting comments on proposed administrative action, legal briefs, legislative language, and policy memos, with guidance from senior members of staff.
Tracking important legislative and regulatory activities and key court cases.
Building productive working relationships with outside experts and policymaking staff.
A JD degree with coursework in taxation
Excellent research and writing skills
Excellent communication skills
A high degree of organization and attention to detail
A commitment to advancing the Center's goals
Your salary will fall between $75,000 and $85,000 per year depending on prior relevant experience. You will be an employee of New York University, with access to an excellent, comprehensive benefits package including generous paid time off and retirement contributions.
The Tax Law Center will be conducting work remotely through calendar year 2021 due to the COVID 19 pandemic and pending an assessment of workspace needs. The Tax Law Center is committed to providing a productive and supportive environment for all employees, and their perspectives will help define future space needs and/or remote work policies.
You will be asked to upload a resume.
Please do not upload a cover letter; instead, you will be asked to provide brief answers to three short questions as part of the application form.
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.
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