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Join a successful Environment & Planning team in Sydney. This firm is an established mid-tier renowned for taking a strategic approach, with superior legal advice and a national network of clients. In this role, you will gain exposure to the full sp......
- Associate role - Leading international firm - Support the energy & resources, property and corporate teams This leading international firm offers a full range of legal services to an impressive list of clients across Australia, Asia and globally.......
Join a successful Environment & Planning team in Sydney. This firm is an established mid-tier renowned for taking a strategic approach, with superior legal advice and a national network of clients. In this role, you will gain exposure to the full sp......

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Taxation Attorney

Helps taxpayers by identifying taxable events; determining the tax consequences of those events, and minimizing the tax consequences through tax planning; representing taxpayers involved in audits or tax disputes in both administrative proceedings and court cases.

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Provides taxation legal advice by conducting taxation research; keeping clients abreast of changing regulations and laws; providing explanations of tax planning strategies.
Improves quality results by studying, evaluating, and re-designing processes; implementing changes.

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