BU Graduate Tax: where to live


I was accepted to BU's graduate tax program and I am currently searching for an apartment in the area. Does anyone have any advice or any rental leads?
Thanks
I was accepted to BU's graduate tax program and I am currently searching for an apartment in the area. Does anyone have any advice or any rental leads?
Thanks
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aoo1405
Hi taxnerd29210,
Nice to see you. I was admitted to BU Tax Program as well. Here is the website for on-campus housing:www.bu.edu/orpm. You are able to apply online but this building is very competitve to get one.
Hope this info would be helpful for you.
Hi taxnerd29210,
Nice to see you. I was admitted to BU Tax Program as well. Here is the website for on-campus housing:www.bu.edu/orpm. You are able to apply online but this building is very competitve to get one.
Hope this info would be helpful for you.
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Thanks, I'll check it out
Thanks, I'll check it out
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bobo
http://www.bostonapartments.com/cgi-bin/searchapts.cgi?Client=scsr.htm&Prefix=scsr-www&Header=Apartments+For+Rent

Check out this website.

By the way do you have any prior Tax Experience or Study
http://www.bostonapartments.com/cgi-bin/searchapts.cgi?Client=scsr.htm&Prefix=scsr-www&Header=Apartments+For+Rent

Check out this website.

By the way do you have any prior Tax Experience or Study
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I just graduated with my JD so no prior tax experience. However, I did take six classes in taxation while attending law school.
I just graduated with my JD so no prior tax experience. However, I did take six classes in taxation while attending law school.
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bobo
Ok then. Did you find any help with the Site?
So how did you find your Tax Classes during your JD?
Looking forward to meeting you soon.
Ok then. Did you find any help with the Site?
So how did you find your Tax Classes during your JD?
Looking forward to meeting you soon.
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Very helpful, thanks. As far as the JD tax courses, I found them very interesting and challenging in a good way.
Very helpful, thanks. As far as the JD tax courses, I found them very interesting and challenging in a good way.
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ozman
hi guys, im planning to apply to Boston university for the spring session, however i would like to know more about the quality of the law programme and the overall reputation of the law school as compared to schools like harvard, as you guys are students who will be pursuing an llm therefore i guess u guys would be the best people to know this.
hi guys, im planning to apply to Boston university for the spring session, however i would like to know more about the quality of the law programme and the overall reputation of the law school as compared to schools like harvard, as you guys are students who will be pursuing an llm therefore i guess u guys would be the best people to know this.
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Actually, I received my JD from University of South Carolina. Their LLM program is very reputable, at least as far as I know, which covers the area of taxation. In the northeast BU is a great school for any degree from what I have heard from people I know in and around the Boston area. Hope this helps.
Actually, I received my JD from University of South Carolina. Their LLM program is very reputable, at least as far as I know, which covers the area of taxation. In the northeast BU is a great school for any degree from what I have heard from people I know in and around the Boston area. Hope this helps.
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SMLLLM
Regarding BU, I saw it's ranked 20th in the US News & World Report rankings -- for better or worse, one of the methods out there for determining the value of an education at a given school. What's beneficial about BU, as opposed to the 5 other law schools in Boston, is that it is the best option if you can't get into Harvard...It is a more national/international school than BC, so if you're not looking to stay in the insular Boston area law community, it does have the reputation to get you a job elsewhere. BU also has a very good faculty, and is better located than BC! On the other hand, it tends to promote more private/large firm practice than public service. But, you have Harvard across the river, which hosts (annually I think) the public interest law job fair.
Hope this helps. Good luck
Regarding BU, I saw it's ranked 20th in the US News & World Report rankings -- for better or worse, one of the methods out there for determining the value of an education at a given school. What's beneficial about BU, as opposed to the 5 other law schools in Boston, is that it is the best option if you can't get into Harvard...It is a more national/international school than BC, so if you're not looking to stay in the insular Boston area law community, it does have the reputation to get you a job elsewhere. BU also has a very good faculty, and is better located than BC! On the other hand, it tends to promote more private/large firm practice than public service. But, you have Harvard across the river, which hosts (annually I think) the public interest law job fair.
Hope this helps. Good luck
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ozman
well yes it certainly does help, thankyou very much. I will consider my options and then decide what to do. Obviously Harvard remains my first choice for obvious reasons, but i do not wish to work in the US in the long term, i also want to go on the academic side, that is possibly pursue a PhD or another LLM. But i will definitely consider BU.
well yes it certainly does help, thankyou very much. I will consider my options and then decide what to do. Obviously Harvard remains my first choice for obvious reasons, but i do not wish to work in the US in the long term, i also want to go on the academic side, that is possibly pursue a PhD or another LLM. But i will definitely consider BU.
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