Please describe the position(s) for which you will inter-
TARE view (e.g. corporate tax, tr usts & estates, etc.):
TAX ATTORNEY RECRUITING EVENT
Please describe your hiring criteria for applicants:
Thursday, February 22, 2007
St. Gregory Luxury Hotel & Suites RECRUITING EVENT
2033 M Street, NW, Washington, D.C. 20036 Number of schedules
www.stgregoryhotelwdc.com Interview Length:
20 minutes (20 students per schedule)
30 minutes (13 students per schedule) TARE
Please complete and return this form with your Unless otherwise requested, interviews will begin at
registration fee for $300.00 per schedule made 9:00 a.m. and end at 5:30 p.m. Please indicate any
payable to “Boston University Law School” by special requests for start and/or end time:
Wednesday, January 17, 2007.
Are you willing to have eventual open slots in your
Interview Highly Quali ed
schedule filled through an open slot process?
YES NO LL.M. in Taxation Students
Name of Organization Fees
Law Firm/Corporation . . . . . . $ 300.00 (per schedule)
Address Government/Public Interest . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 200.00
Each Additional Interview Schedule . . . . . . . $ 300.00
Resume Collection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .FREE
City State Zip
Office Size Firm Size Total Registration Fee Enclosed . . . . . . . . $
Website (Fee includes cost of interview room)
(If you do not have a website, please enclose three cop- Nondiscrimination Policy: Boston University, University
ies of your organizational description.) of Florida, and Northwestern University are committed
Federal Express # to a policy against discrimination in employment Thursday, February 22, 2007
Hiring Contact based on gender, sexual orientation, marital or paren-
Telephone Number tal status, race, color, religion, national origin, age or
Interview Specifications: St. Gregory Luxury Hotel & Suites
handicap. I agree to participate in the Tax Attorney
YES, our organization will participate in the Recruiting Event in accordance with this policy. Washington, D.C.
Tax Attorney Recruiting Event (please complete all
information below). (Signature)
NO, we cannot attend; however, we would like
to receive resumes (please complete all relevant (Position)
Locations of ALL offices for which you will interview (Date)
Mail to: Sabrina Halloran, LL.M. Manager
Career Development Office
Boston University School of Law L A W
Will these offices interview independently? 765 Commonwealth Avenue
YES (please complete a registration form for Boston, MA 02215 Northwestern Law
each office) Tel.: (617) 353-3147
NO Fax: (617) 353-2547
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elcome to the first annual, Tax Attorney Re- The LL.M. in Taxation has been offered for over 30 years, loyal and successful alumni in a diverse range of careers
cruiting Event (TARE). This year, the LL.M. in and more than 1,900 students have earned their LL.M. in including practicing tax lawyers at top law firms, law clerks
Taxation programs at Boston University Taxation from UF since it began in 1974. To meet increas- at the U.S. Tax Court, positions with the Office of Chief
School of Law, Northwestern University School ing demand for international expertise, the tax program Counsel for the I.R.S., and positions at accounting and
of Law, and University of Florida Levin College of Law began offering an LL.M. in International Taxation in 2005. consulting firms.
have joined together to offer prospective employers a Academic Requirements and Curriculum: The LL.M. Tax
group of highly qualified candidates from which to re- Students and Graduates:
•Graduate Tax students come from law schools and states curriculum requires a solid foundation in the four princi-
cruit. We will hold the program on Thursday, February pal areas of tax law — corporate taxation, partnership
throughout the nation, and from many foreign countries.
22, 2007 in Washington, D.C. taxation, international taxation, and the taxation of prop-
They have outstanding academic credentials. UF tax alumni
We believe that as employers in this specialized practice are known for their quality in law firms and government erty transactions. Beyond the required courses, students
field, you should be offered the opportunity to interview a agencies, international accounting firms, corporations and are free to design their own program of study from
variety of candidates, including 2006 graduates and often as tax professors at other law schools. approximately 20 different tax electives.
Class of 2007 candidates, who are interested in a range •Many have had law practice or other work experience be- Recruiting Information: Please direct inquiries to the
of opportunities in multiple geographic locations. We are fore entering the program, and most have graduated in the Associate Director for the LL.M. in Taxation Program
confident that the TARE program will allow you to effi- top quarter of their respective law school classes. at (312)503-2867 or visit our website at
ciently meet your recruitment needs. •Graduates are employed in every state in the nation by law www.law.northwestern.edu/career.
firms, accounting firms, industry and government, and a
number teach at U.S. law schools.
Academic Requirements and Curriculum:
When: Thursday, February 22, 2007 •UF’s renowned Graduate Tax faculty are authors of some
Where: The TARE will be held at St. Gregory Luxury Hotel of the most widely used textbooks and treatises, and lecture
& Suites, 2033 M Street, NW, Washington, D.C. 20036. at numerous conferences and institutes in the United
www.stgregoryhotelwdc.com States and abroad. They have been leaders in professional
organizations and consultants for the Internal Revenue The Boston University School of Law Graduate Tax Pro-
Employer Accommodation: Employers who wish to stay
overnight before or after the TARE event will be responsi- Service and other major public and private entities. gram, established in 1959, was one of the first of its kind
ble for making their own reservations. They will receive a •Students study a broad range of topics, concentrate on in the nation — and continues to be one of the best. The
discounted room rate of $199 for deluxe rooms; $219 particular interests, debate major issues of tax policy and program is also one of the largest in the country with 116
for suites. study the fine detail of recent tax legislation. students from throughout the United States and 10 other
•The Graduate Tax Program’s annual “Ethics in Taxation” countries.
Employer Pre-Screening: Employers will have an opportu-
workshop allows students to explore ethical dilemmas with Students and Graduates: The program’s students include
nity to pre-screen résumés and select candidates with
leading tax practitioners. both recent graduates of U.S. law schools as well as sea-
whom they wish to interview.
•Since its inception in 1993, the Florida Tax Review, an soned attorneys from both private and public sectors.
Interview Schedule: A preliminary schedule will be faxed innovative law review publishing articles on significant is-
to you on February 15, 2007, and final schedules will be International students comprise a small but growing per-
sues of tax law and policy, has become one of the premier centage of the student body. Most program graduates
available at employer check-in on the morning of the tax journals in the country.
program. Interviews will be conducted on a 20- or 30- are engaged in private practice at law and accounting
minute schedule (your choice) from 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Recruiting Information: firms, but several work for government agencies and
with scheduled morning, afternoon, and lunch breaks. Please direct inquiries to the Center for Career Services at corporate law departments.
(352) 273-0860 or visit our website at www.law.ufl.edu. Curriculum and Degree Requirements: The curriculum
offers a balance between tax law theory and practical
PARTICIPANTS application. Students have access to a curriculum that is
truly enviable in its breadth and depth, making it possible
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Northwestern University to select from over 35 challenging courses and gain expo-
School of Law sure to all areas of tax, or to concentrate on courses in a
particular practice area such as business organizations
Northwestern Law established the Tax Program in 2002. and transactions; individual, family, and estate tax; or
Graduate Tax is the college’s premier signature program. It has been recognized as a leader in the field, preparing s
international tax. The professors at BU Law are a nation-
It is widely recognized by tax scholars and practitioners students for the practice of tax law in today’s rapidly chang- ally recognized mix of full-time tax scholars and distin-
nationwide as one of the best, and consistently ranks ing business environment. guished law practitioners drawn from law and tax consult-
in the top two in U.S. News and World Report’s annual Students and Graduates: We retain a small class size at ing firms throughout New England as well as from federal
ranking of tax faculty. The program boasts both size — Northwestern to enhance the experience of students partici- and state government revenue departments.
more than 100 students are enrolled — and quality, since pating in this program. In the Class of 2007 there are 34 Recruiting Information: Please direct inquiries to the
the school’s large full-time tax faculty allows for small
full-time students and 10 part-time students. Despite our Career Development Office at (617) 353-3141 or visit
class sizes and individualized attention. relatively recent inception, the Tax Program has many our website at www.bu.edu/law.