LL.M. in Taxation


polwach

I'm an international graduate. I'd like to know which university is the better option for tax program if I have to choose between Michigan and Boston. (I've already known that NYU, Georgetown and NW are great, just wanna know more options)

Actually, I want to study 2 LL.M. programs in the U.S. Well, should I study General LL.M. Program before I go to study LL.M. in Taxation at another law school?

I'm an international graduate. I'd like to know which university is the better option for tax program if I have to choose between Michigan and Boston. (I've already known that NYU, Georgetown and NW are great, just wanna know more options)

Actually, I want to study 2 LL.M. programs in the U.S. Well, should I study General LL.M. Program before I go to study LL.M. in Taxation at another law school?
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jkrasney

NYU or Georgetown that's the list.

NYU or Georgetown that's the list.
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ThirdDept

The list should also include University of Florida and Northwestern. NYU is ranked #1 (and there is a real argument as to whether NYU deserves this ranking...many "people in the know" actually think it should be ranked #2 or #3). Georgetown is ranked #2. University of Florida, which has both an LL.M. in Taxation and International Taxation is ranked #3. Since Florida is a state school, your tuition is going to be about $20,000 less. Finally, Northwest is solidly listed as #4. The nonsense that it's NYU or Georgetown is not true!

The list should also include University of Florida and Northwestern. NYU is ranked #1 (and there is a real argument as to whether NYU deserves this ranking...many "people in the know" actually think it should be ranked #2 or #3). Georgetown is ranked #2. University of Florida, which has both an LL.M. in Taxation and International Taxation is ranked #3. Since Florida is a state school, your tuition is going to be about $20,000 less. Finally, Northwest is solidly listed as #4. The nonsense that it's NYU or Georgetown is not true!
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Augusto

What is the "real argument" regarding NYU being ranked #1?

The list should also include University of Florida and Northwestern. NYU is ranked #1 (and there is a real argument as to whether NYU deserves this ranking...many "people in the know" actually think it should be ranked #2 or #3). Georgetown is ranked #2. University of Florida, which has both an LL.M. in Taxation and International Taxation is ranked #3. Since Florida is a state school, your tuition is going to be about $20,000 less. Finally, Northwest is solidly listed as #4. The nonsense that it's NYU or Georgetown is not true!

What is the "real argument" regarding NYU being ranked #1?

<blockquote>The list should also include University of Florida and Northwestern. NYU is ranked #1 (and there is a real argument as to whether NYU deserves this ranking...many "people in the know" actually think it should be ranked #2 or #3). Georgetown is ranked #2. University of Florida, which has both an LL.M. in Taxation and International Taxation is ranked #3. Since Florida is a state school, your tuition is going to be about $20,000 less. Finally, Northwest is solidly listed as #4. The nonsense that it's NYU or Georgetown is not true!</blockquote>
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