Class sizes


DaddyLLM
Does anybody know the LL.M class sizes of NYU, UF, and/or GULC? And, out of that, how many are in the respective Tax LL.M programs. Trying to figure out how many Tax LL.M grads are produced each year from the Top 3. Thanks.
Does anybody know the LL.M class sizes of NYU, UF, and/or GULC? And, out of that, how many are in the respective Tax LL.M programs. Trying to figure out how many Tax LL.M grads are produced each year from the Top 3. Thanks.
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NZ Girl
I have wondered about the size of NYU's LLM programme in NYC myself, but can't seem to find firm numbers on the website.

I do think I recall people in previous threads saying that the class size is 450, and the number of tax students is somewhere between 100-150.
I have wondered about the size of NYU's LLM programme in NYC myself, but can't seem to find firm numbers on the website.

I do think I recall people in previous threads saying that the class size is 450, and the number of tax students is somewhere between 100-150.
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nshutchi
The admissions people at GULC said in the admissions chat session they had that there are about 400 LL.M. students every year, and the tax program is their largest LL.M. program with about 150 students each year.
The admissions people at GULC said in the admissions chat session they had that there are about 400 LL.M. students every year, and the tax program is their largest LL.M. program with about 150 students each year.
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Does anybody know where to get more information on this? I've looked at the Admitted Student websites for NYU and GULC, but can't find anything.
Does anybody know where to get more information on this? I've looked at the Admitted Student websites for NYU and GULC, but can't find anything.
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simone
Some useful online resources that answer the question about NYU

http://www.top-law-schools.com/nyu-law-school.html

http://www.epinions.com/review/educ-Law_Schools-All-New_York_University_Law/educ-review-F0D-706C958-39AD62F7-prod2

http://nyu.lawschoolnumbers.com/

http://www99.epinions.com/review/educ-Law_Schools-All-New_York_University_Law/educ-review-4A1B-F9322F1-398F4FAF-prod1

Of course, I am not vouching for credibility of the sites. Goes without saying.


Does anybody know where to get more information on this? I've looked at the Admitted Student websites for NYU and GULC, but can't find anything.
Some useful online resources that answer the question about NYU

http://www.top-law-schools.com/nyu-law-school.html

http://www.epinions.com/review/educ-Law_Schools-All-New_York_University_Law/educ-review-F0D-706C958-39AD62F7-prod2

http://nyu.lawschoolnumbers.com/

http://www99.epinions.com/review/educ-Law_Schools-All-New_York_University_Law/educ-review-4A1B-F9322F1-398F4FAF-prod1

Of course, I am not vouching for credibility of the sites. Goes without saying.


<blockquote>Does anybody know where to get more information on this? I've looked at the Admitted Student websites for NYU and GULC, but can't find anything.</blockquote>
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Oldtimer
I don't know what the situation is for the tax LLM, but size of classes varies widely in NYU classes. While some are pretty big (e.g. corporations) others are 10 to 15 students (symposia and very specialized courses). It all depends on whether it's a core requirement. Remember that in these programs students can freely choose the classes they want to take, so it's not like you are always sitting with the same people in common courses.

I hope that helps!
I don't know what the situation is for the tax LLM, but size of classes varies widely in NYU classes. While some are pretty big (e.g. corporations) others are 10 to 15 students (symposia and very specialized courses). It all depends on whether it's a core requirement. Remember that in these programs students can freely choose the classes they want to take, so it's not like you are always sitting with the same people in common courses.

I hope that helps!
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