Michigan’s International Tax LLM program far surpassed my already high expectations: it was intense – the Socratic method was a challenge, but the faculty and administration were always helpful, - and superbly helpful for my tax law career. The experience was rounded out by the fact that I got to study and hang out with LLMs and JDs with other specialties as well.
– Li Tan, Int’l Tax LLM ’13,
Senior Associate, Deloitte, Shanghai
Applicants must have, at a minimum, the first degree in law required for law practice in the country in which their legal studies were pursued and at least three years' practice experience in taxation. Only in the rarest of circumstances will students admitted to the International Tax LLM program be allowed to transfer to the general MCL or LLM program.
Interested tax practitioners are invited to apply using any of the methods offered on our graduate program admissions page, where detailed instructions for the process are also provided.
The deadline for receipt of the completed application and all supporting materials is January 31 of the calendar year for which admission is sought. We are happy to accept applications starting in October. It is the applicant's responsibility to ensure that the application is completed by the deadline. Applications will not be reviewed until they are complete. Applicants generally receive notice of decision between February and early April.
All correspondence should be submitted to:
University of Michigan Law SchoolGraduate Admissions701 South State StreetAnn Arbor, Michigan 48109, U.S.A.Phone: 734.764.0537Fax: 734.647.3218Email:
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