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Pursuing a Tax LLM Degree: Where?


Paul L. Caron


Pepperdine University - School of Law

Jennifer M. Kowal


Loyola Law School Los Angeles

Katherine Pratt


Loyola Law School Los Angeles

Theodore P. Seto


Loyola Law School Los Angeles

April 28, 2010

U of Cincinnati Public Law Research Paper No. 10-18
Loyola-LA Legal Studies Paper No. 2010-18

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This Article and a related article, Pursuing a Tax LLM Degree: Why and When? (http://papers.ssrn.com/abstract=1577966), provide information and advice about Tax LLM programs to American law students and JD graduates who are thinking about pursuing a Tax LLM degree. In addition to discussing factors that can help prospective Tax LLM students determine which Tax LLM programs would be a good fit for them, this Article compiles information about the following thirteen highly ranked Tax LLM programs: (1) NYU; (2) Florida; (3) Georgetown; (4) Northwestern; (5) Miami; (6) Boston University; (7) San Diego; (8) Loyola-L.A./LMU; (9) SMU; (10) Denver; (11) University of Washington; (12) Villanova; and (13) Chapman. The topics on which information is reported in this Article include: (1) tuition; (2) scholarships; (3) the full-time tax professors who teach in each program and the tax courses they teach; (4) the number of full-time and part-time students enrolled in each program; (5) general information about adjunct professors teaching in each program; (6) required courses; (7) elective courses, specialty certificates, and concentrations; (8) opportunities to develop tax practice skills by taking experiential learning courses and simulated practice courses; (9) extracurricular tax activities; (10) opportunities to graduate with honors or receive academic prizes; and (11) career planning and placement services offered to students in each program. This Article also includes supplemental information provided by the directors of these Tax LLM programs, in response to our invitation to provide information of interest to prospective students.

Number of Pages in PDF File: 85

Keywords: Tax LLM, Graduate Tax Program, Tax Law, Law Teaching, Tax Concentration, Tax Specialties, Transactional Tax Law, Tax Litigation

JEL Classification: A20

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Date posted: April 28, 2010  

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Caron, Paul L. and Kowal, Jennifer M. and Pratt, Katherine and Seto, Theodore P., Pursuing a Tax LLM Degree: Where? (April 28, 2010). U of Cincinnati Public Law Research Paper No. 10-18; Loyola-LA Legal Studies Paper No. 2010-18. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1597337 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.1597337

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Paul L. Caron (Contact Author)
Pepperdine University - School of Law ( email )
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263
United States
310.506.7521 (Phone)
Jennifer M. Kowal
Loyola Law School Los Angeles ( email )
919 Albany Street
Los Angeles, CA 90015-1211
United States
213-736-8349 (Phone)
Katherine Pratt
Loyola Law School Los Angeles ( email )
919 Albany Street
Los Angeles, CA 90015-1211
United States
213-736-8163 (Phone)
213-380-3769 (Fax)
Theodore P. Seto
Loyola Law School Los Angeles ( email )
919 Albany Street
Los Angeles, CA 90015-1211
United States
213-736-1154 (Phone)
213-380-3769 (Fax)
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