Young lawyers starting to practice tax in a law firm are, of course, both excited about the job and worried about the many new areas of tax law we will encounter. One of the biggest concerns is training: we know that we will need assistance as we learn the ropes of our new positions, and we are eager for that assistance to help us understand how to be better tax lawyers. There are many different types of training available. It’s worth thinking about those types and how best to take advantage of them.
Guide to Multijurisdictional Admission to Practice Requirements for State and Local Tax Lawyers (Book)
Designed for state and local tax lawyers who engage in multijurisdictional practice, this guide, now in its second edition, synthesizes the admission to practice requirements when representing clients in informal and formal administrative matters and in litigation in each state, the District of Columbia, and key municipalities. PDF version of the book is offered free to Tax Section members.