I graduated back in 2009 from a tier 1 law school but have had a hard time taking that next step in my career. I have a vast amount of both civil and criminal litigation but feel that my options for getting involved with more sophisticated legal work are few and far between. I took a few tax classes during my time at law school and wanted to know if getting a LLM in taxation would make me more attractive to large firms. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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