Getting into Tax LLMs


Hello!

I am a lawyer from a common law jurisdiction applying to LLMs this year. I plan to apply to Tax LLMs because of their relatively higher employability statistics. It would be really helpful if I could get some insight into my chances of gaining admission. The following are my credentials:

1. BA-LLB graduate with a 3.5/4 GPA
2. A- in Tax law
3. 8 months Tax work in an International firm
4. 3 Years of Pro Bono work

The Schools I plan to apply to are:
1. BU
2. Northwestern
3. NYU
4. GULC

Any and all help will be much appreciated!!! Thanks!

Hello!

I am a lawyer from a common law jurisdiction applying to LLMs this year. I plan to apply to Tax LLMs because of their relatively higher employability statistics. It would be really helpful if I could get some insight into my chances of gaining admission. The following are my credentials:

1. BA-LLB graduate with a 3.5/4 GPA
2. A- in Tax law
3. 8 months Tax work in an International firm
4. 3 Years of Pro Bono work

The Schools I plan to apply to are:
1. BU
2. Northwestern
3. NYU
4. GULC

Any and all help will be much appreciated!!! Thanks!
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Ketanjie



You have solid credentials which any Law School will be eager to admit you. Getting into these programs won't be much of a challenge



Hello!

I am a lawyer from a common law jurisdiction applying to LLMs this year. I plan to apply to Tax LLMs because of their relatively higher employability statistics. It would be really helpful if I could get some insight into my chances of gaining admission. The following are my credentials:

1. BA-LLB graduate with a 3.5/4 GPA
2. A- in Tax law
3. 8 months Tax work in an International firm
4. 3 Years of Pro Bono work

The Schools I plan to apply to are:
1. BU
2. Northwestern
3. NYU
4. GULC

Any and all help will be much appreciated!!! Thanks!

<br><br>You have solid credentials which any Law School will be eager to admit you. Getting into these programs won't be much of a challenge<br><br><br><br>[quote]Hello!

I am a lawyer from a common law jurisdiction applying to LLMs this year. I plan to apply to Tax LLMs because of their relatively higher employability statistics. It would be really helpful if I could get some insight into my chances of gaining admission. The following are my credentials:

1. BA-LLB graduate with a 3.5/4 GPA
2. A- in Tax law
3. 8 months Tax work in an International firm
4. 3 Years of Pro Bono work

The Schools I plan to apply to are:
1. BU
2. Northwestern
3. NYU
4. GULC

Any and all help will be much appreciated!!! Thanks! [/quote]
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