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Tax Attorneys

Advancement Prospects

Most tax attorneys start as associates in law firms or the legal departments of corporations. Some organizations offer mentorship programs in which associates are partnered with more experienced lawyers. Associate tax attorneys with two or more years of experience advance to become full tax attorneys. Some eventually become partners in their law firm, which means they are partial owners of the company. Tax attorneys with five or more years of experience may leave full-time jobs to start their own law practice.

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