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Members: 29 November 2022

Job Opportunity: Senior Legal Advisor required at Revenue

Job Opportunity: Senior Legal Advisor required at Revenue

Revenue is running a competition for the appointment to the position of Senior Legal Advisor (Assistant Principal) in Dublin.  

Are you a qualified Barrister or Solicitor interested in joining a multidisciplinary high–performance legal team? This is an exciting opportunity to build a legal career in Revenue working on a diverse and challenging portfolio of cases. 

The Revenue Solicitor’s Division manages a varied caseload to include tax appeal cases to the value of over €1bn, summary and indictable criminal prosecutions and a diverse portfolio of litigation cases.

The deadline for receipt of applications is extended to 1 pm (Irish time) on Friday, January 13.

For more information, and to apply, please see

A bit more about the role

The Senior Legal Advisor will be part of a legal team with a proven track record in achieving successful outcomes for its client across a range of legal disciplines to include the following areas:

  • providing legal and strategic advice on a large body of complex tax cases applying domestic and international tax legislation and evolving tax policy.
  • advising on the conduct of civil and criminal investigations.
  • providing strategic litigation advice and case management across a wide range of issues.

Your role of providing legal advice and legal representation in cases before the Tax Appeals Commission, District Court, Circuit Court and Superior Courts in addition to the European Courts will make a valued and meaningful contribution to Revenue’s strategic objectives and provide you with a rewarding and fulfilling career in a dynamic organisation.

About Revenue  

Revenue is the Irish Tax and Customs administration and is a large, decentralised organisation with offices in over 30 locations nationwide. Revenue’s mission is “To serve the community by fairly and efficiently collecting taxes and duties and implementing customs controls”.

In 2021, Revenue collected total gross receipts of c.€97 billion. Revenue is also responsible for trade facilitation and frontier control. Their workforce of almost 7,000 people supports compliance for 2.9 million employments, 0.2 million employers, 0.8 million businesses, 0.3 million VAT traders, 0.1 million customs traders and 1.4 million property owners.

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