Unlike the general LLM, the International Tax LLM has a specific set of requirements designed to ensure the highest-level educational and practical experience.
To obtain the International Tax LLM, students must complete a total of 24 credits in two terms of residence. More specifically, International Tax LLM students must take the following Law School courses:
The remaining nine credits will be earned in tax classes chosen by the student, in approved classes in a related field, and by writing a tax law research paper under the supervision of one of the International Tax Program faculty.
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