NYU LL.M 2013/2014


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Simba22
Would you have any idea approximately how many applicants they put on wait list every year...is this number for all llm applicants or every program has a separate wait list?

I applied for LLM in corporation law and have been put on wait list!

soooo does any one have any idea on how this works?
Would you have any idea approximately how many applicants they put on wait list every year...is this number for all llm applicants or every program has a separate wait list?

I applied for LLM in corporation law and have been put on wait list!

soooo does any one have any idea on how this works?
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weatherlol
Hey hey

Does anyone know how many people get admitted roughly each year in NYU (each program and overall)?


Around ~400 in all the LL.M. specializations


Yes, but almost half are domestic applicants for the LLM in tax. But even though is a big figure.. and there are people who withdraw in favour of HLS, CLS etc.. so "waitisted" have a real shot. Good luck to everyone! :)


Non-tax llm might withdraw for another schools. But, i would argue none of the tax llm student would withdraw from NYU to CLS, Harvard, unless Harvard "paying" you to attend. there are cases that student pick other big 3 (i.e: UF or Gtown) for various reasons, but it is almost non-existence for tax llm prospective student abandon NYU for school other than the big 3.
<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>Hey hey

Does anyone know how many people get admitted roughly each year in NYU (each program and overall)? </blockquote>

Around ~400 in all the LL.M. specializations </blockquote>

Yes, but almost half are domestic applicants for the LLM in tax. But even though is a big figure.. and there are people who withdraw in favour of HLS, CLS etc.. so "waitisted" have a real shot. Good luck to everyone! :)</blockquote>

Non-tax llm might withdraw for another schools. But, i would argue none of the tax llm student would withdraw from NYU to CLS, Harvard, unless Harvard "paying" you to attend. there are cases that student pick other big 3 (i.e: UF or Gtown) for various reasons, but it is almost non-existence for tax llm prospective student abandon NYU for school other than the big 3.

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Roroto
Hi spaniensis,

I didn't know half of the class are domestic applicants for the LLM in taxation until your post. Is this tax LLM program very famous?

( I am probably going to enroll at NYU and just want to know more about the coming class(mates).)

Hey hey

Does anyone know how many people get admitted roughly each year in NYU (each program and overall)?


Around ~400 in all the LL.M. specializations


Yes, but almost half are domestic applicants for the LLM in tax. But even though is a big figure.. and there are people who withdraw in favour of HLS, CLS etc.. so "waitisted" have a real shot. Good luck to everyone! :)
Hi spaniensis,

I didn't know half of the class are domestic applicants for the LLM in taxation until your post. Is this tax LLM program very famous?

( I am probably going to enroll at NYU and just want to know more about the coming class(mates).)

<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>Hey hey

Does anyone know how many people get admitted roughly each year in NYU (each program and overall)? </blockquote>

Around ~400 in all the LL.M. specializations </blockquote>

Yes, but almost half are domestic applicants for the LLM in tax. But even though is a big figure.. and there are people who withdraw in favour of HLS, CLS etc.. so "waitisted" have a real shot. Good luck to everyone! :)</blockquote>
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spaniensis
The LLM in tax at NYU is the most popular and valuable LLM for domestic applicants... even above HLS, YLS and so on... You only need to see the app traker of domestic applicants and you will discover that at least 80% of them have applied to NYU tax LLM...
NYU is unmattched in Tax law. However, I am not a tax lawyer so all I know comes from what others say...
To which program have you been admitted?? I have enrolled in the International Business Regulation, Litigation and arbitration program.


Hi spaniensis,

I didn't know half of the class are domestic applicants for the LLM in taxation until your post. Is this tax LLM program very famous?

( I am probably going to enroll at NYU and just want to know more about the coming class(mates).)

Hey hey

Does anyone know how many people get admitted roughly each year in NYU (each program and overall)?


Around ~400 in all the LL.M. specializations


Yes, but almost half are domestic applicants for the LLM in tax. But even though is a big figure.. and there are people who withdraw in favour of HLS, CLS etc.. so "waitisted" have a real shot. Good luck to everyone! :)
The LLM in tax at NYU is the most popular and valuable LLM for domestic applicants... even above HLS, YLS and so on... You only need to see the app traker of domestic applicants and you will discover that at least 80% of them have applied to NYU tax LLM...
NYU is unmattched in Tax law. However, I am not a tax lawyer so all I know comes from what others say...
To which program have you been admitted?? I have enrolled in the International Business Regulation, Litigation and arbitration program.



<blockquote>Hi spaniensis,

I didn't know half of the class are domestic applicants for the LLM in taxation until your post. Is this tax LLM program very famous?

( I am probably going to enroll at NYU and just want to know more about the coming class(mates).)

<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>Hey hey

Does anyone know how many people get admitted roughly each year in NYU (each program and overall)? </blockquote>

Around ~400 in all the LL.M. specializations </blockquote>

Yes, but almost half are domestic applicants for the LLM in tax. But even though is a big figure.. and there are people who withdraw in favour of HLS, CLS etc.. so "waitisted" have a real shot. Good luck to everyone! :)</blockquote></blockquote>
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Roroto
That's new to me. I thought the incoming 400 LLM students were mostly international, thus somehow too big (compared to other schools). Your information on the tax LLM brings new perspective to me.

I am admitted to the corporate law program. Considering it is kinda near to International Business Regulation program, maybe we are going share some classes together in the coming autumn in NYC.


The LLM in tax at NYU is the most popular and valuable LLM for domestic applicants... even above HLS, YLS and so on... You only need to see the app traker of domestic applicants and you will discover that at least 80% of them have applied to NYU tax LLM...
NYU is unmattched in Tax law. However, I am not a tax lawyer so all I know comes from what others say...
To which program have you been admitted?? I have enrolled in the International Business Regulation, Litigation and arbitration program.


Hi spaniensis,

I didn't know half of the class are domestic applicants for the LLM in taxation until your post. Is this tax LLM program very famous?

( I am probably going to enroll at NYU and just want to know more about the coming class(mates).)

Hey hey

Does anyone know how many people get admitted roughly each year in NYU (each program and overall)?


Around ~400 in all the LL.M. specializations


Yes, but almost half are domestic applicants for the LLM in tax. But even though is a big figure.. and there are people who withdraw in favour of HLS, CLS etc.. so "waitisted" have a real shot. Good luck to everyone! :)
That's new to me. I thought the incoming 400 LLM students were mostly international, thus somehow too big (compared to other schools). Your information on the tax LLM brings new perspective to me.

I am admitted to the corporate law program. Considering it is kinda near to International Business Regulation program, maybe we are going share some classes together in the coming autumn in NYC.



<blockquote>The LLM in tax at NYU is the most popular and valuable LLM for domestic applicants... even above HLS, YLS and so on... You only need to see the app traker of domestic applicants and you will discover that at least 80% of them have applied to NYU tax LLM...
NYU is unmattched in Tax law. However, I am not a tax lawyer so all I know comes from what others say...
To which program have you been admitted?? I have enrolled in the International Business Regulation, Litigation and arbitration program.



<blockquote>Hi spaniensis,

I didn't know half of the class are domestic applicants for the LLM in taxation until your post. Is this tax LLM program very famous?

( I am probably going to enroll at NYU and just want to know more about the coming class(mates).)

<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>Hey hey

Does anyone know how many people get admitted roughly each year in NYU (each program and overall)? </blockquote>

Around ~400 in all the LL.M. specializations </blockquote>

Yes, but almost half are domestic applicants for the LLM in tax. But even though is a big figure.. and there are people who withdraw in favour of HLS, CLS etc.. so "waitisted" have a real shot. Good luck to everyone! :)</blockquote></blockquote></blockquote>
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spaniensis
Indeed, if you look at international LLM the size is almost like other schools (in the neighborhood of 200). There is a post here somewhere (in the mitical discussion CLS VS NYU) very clear about that.
I intend to take some corporate courses! It would be a pleasure having you as a clasmate! there is a facebook group of admitted students. I didnt join yet, but I will do this week!

That's new to me. I thought the incoming 400 LLM students were mostly international, thus somehow too big (compared to other schools). Your information on the tax LLM brings new perspective to me.

I am admitted to the corporate law program. Considering it is kinda near to International Business Regulation program, maybe we are going share some classes together in the coming autumn in NYC.


The LLM in tax at NYU is the most popular and valuable LLM for domestic applicants... even above HLS, YLS and so on... You only need to see the app traker of domestic applicants and you will discover that at least 80% of them have applied to NYU tax LLM...
NYU is unmattched in Tax law. However, I am not a tax lawyer so all I know comes from what others say...
To which program have you been admitted?? I have enrolled in the International Business Regulation, Litigation and arbitration program.


Hi spaniensis,

I didn't know half of the class are domestic applicants for the LLM in taxation until your post. Is this tax LLM program very famous?

( I am probably going to enroll at NYU and just want to know more about the coming class(mates).)

Hey hey

Does anyone know how many people get admitted roughly each year in NYU (each program and overall)?


Around ~400 in all the LL.M. specializations


Yes, but almost half are domestic applicants for the LLM in tax. But even though is a big figure.. and there are people who withdraw in favour of HLS, CLS etc.. so "waitisted" have a real shot. Good luck to everyone! :)
Indeed, if you look at international LLM the size is almost like other schools (in the neighborhood of 200). There is a post here somewhere (in the mitical discussion CLS VS NYU) very clear about that.
I intend to take some corporate courses! It would be a pleasure having you as a clasmate! there is a facebook group of admitted students. I didnt join yet, but I will do this week!

<blockquote>That's new to me. I thought the incoming 400 LLM students were mostly international, thus somehow too big (compared to other schools). Your information on the tax LLM brings new perspective to me.

I am admitted to the corporate law program. Considering it is kinda near to International Business Regulation program, maybe we are going share some classes together in the coming autumn in NYC.



<blockquote>The LLM in tax at NYU is the most popular and valuable LLM for domestic applicants... even above HLS, YLS and so on... You only need to see the app traker of domestic applicants and you will discover that at least 80% of them have applied to NYU tax LLM...
NYU is unmattched in Tax law. However, I am not a tax lawyer so all I know comes from what others say...
To which program have you been admitted?? I have enrolled in the International Business Regulation, Litigation and arbitration program.



<blockquote>Hi spaniensis,

I didn't know half of the class are domestic applicants for the LLM in taxation until your post. Is this tax LLM program very famous?

( I am probably going to enroll at NYU and just want to know more about the coming class(mates).)

<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>Hey hey

Does anyone know how many people get admitted roughly each year in NYU (each program and overall)? </blockquote>

Around ~400 in all the LL.M. specializations </blockquote>

Yes, but almost half are domestic applicants for the LLM in tax. But even though is a big figure.. and there are people who withdraw in favour of HLS, CLS etc.. so "waitisted" have a real shot. Good luck to everyone! :)</blockquote></blockquote></blockquote></blockquote>
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NebNeb
I have enrolled for the Corporation as well. See you guys in New York! :)
I have enrolled for the Corporation as well. See you guys in New York! :)
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New to this board. My domestic application to the International Legal Studies has been "application complete and under review" since March 12. No word! The requirements list is still there. Any ideas why it would be taking so long?
New to this board. My domestic application to the International Legal Studies has been "application complete and under review" since March 12. No word! The requirements list is still there. Any ideas why it would be taking so long?
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bboone
New to this board. My domestic application to the International Legal Studies has been "application complete and under review" since March 12. No word! The requirements list is still there. Any ideas why it would be taking so long?


I applied to the tax program and have been waiting since Feb 1. When I visited them they say that they have over 6000 applications a year so I wouldn't expect to hear right away.
<blockquote>New to this board. My domestic application to the International Legal Studies has been "application complete and under review" since March 12. No word! The requirements list is still there. Any ideas why it would be taking so long? </blockquote>

I applied to the tax program and have been waiting since Feb 1. When I visited them they say that they have over 6000 applications a year so I wouldn't expect to hear right away.
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New to this board. My domestic application to the International Legal Studies has been "application complete and under review" since March 12. No word! The requirements list is still there. Any ideas why it would be taking so long?


I applied to the tax program and have been waiting since Feb 1. When I visited them they say that they have over 6000 applications a year so I wouldn't expect to hear right away.


Just have to be patient then! Thanks for the quick response!!
<blockquote><blockquote>New to this board. My domestic application to the International Legal Studies has been "application complete and under review" since March 12. No word! The requirements list is still there. Any ideas why it would be taking so long? </blockquote>

I applied to the tax program and have been waiting since Feb 1. When I visited them they say that they have over 6000 applications a year so I wouldn't expect to hear right away.</blockquote>

Just have to be patient then! Thanks for the quick response!!
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weatherlol
New to this board. My domestic application to the International Legal Studies has been "application complete and under review" since March 12. No word! The requirements list is still there. Any ideas why it would be taking so long?


I applied to the tax program and have been waiting since Feb 1. When I visited them they say that they have over 6000 applications a year so I wouldn't expect to hear right away.


The usual waiting period last around 6-8 weeks. Mine went "under review" on early Feb, and I got my offer on Mid-March. However, since right now many of the decision has been made, my guess is that you probably have to wait a bit longer because the school will not likely to make a decision until the deposit deadline is over (i.e: so they can get a better sense of the application pool). but anyways, Good Luck, Hope to see you on campus!
<blockquote><blockquote>New to this board. My domestic application to the International Legal Studies has been "application complete and under review" since March 12. No word! The requirements list is still there. Any ideas why it would be taking so long? </blockquote>

I applied to the tax program and have been waiting since Feb 1. When I visited them they say that they have over 6000 applications a year so I wouldn't expect to hear right away.</blockquote>

The usual waiting period last around 6-8 weeks. Mine went "under review" on early Feb, and I got my offer on Mid-March. However, since right now many of the decision has been made, my guess is that you probably have to wait a bit longer because the school will not likely to make a decision until the deposit deadline is over (i.e: so they can get a better sense of the application pool). but anyways, Good Luck, Hope to see you on campus!
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bboone
New to this board. My domestic application to the International Legal Studies has been "application complete and under review" since March 12. No word! The requirements list is still there. Any ideas why it would be taking so long?


I applied to the tax program and have been waiting since Feb 1. When I visited them they say that they have over 6000 applications a year so I wouldn't expect to hear right away.


The usual waiting period last around 6-8 weeks. Mine went "under review" on early Feb, and I got my offer on Mid-March. However, since right now many of the decision has been made, my guess is that you probably have to wait a bit longer because the school will not likely to make a decision until the deposit deadline is over (i.e: so they can get a better sense of the application pool). but anyways, Good Luck, Hope to see you on campus!


When is the deposit deadline that they gave you?
<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>New to this board. My domestic application to the International Legal Studies has been "application complete and under review" since March 12. No word! The requirements list is still there. Any ideas why it would be taking so long? </blockquote>

I applied to the tax program and have been waiting since Feb 1. When I visited them they say that they have over 6000 applications a year so I wouldn't expect to hear right away.</blockquote>

The usual waiting period last around 6-8 weeks. Mine went "under review" on early Feb, and I got my offer on Mid-March. However, since right now many of the decision has been made, my guess is that you probably have to wait a bit longer because the school will not likely to make a decision until the deposit deadline is over (i.e: so they can get a better sense of the application pool). but anyways, Good Luck, Hope to see you on campus! </blockquote>

When is the deposit deadline that they gave you?
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Tetr4
Hey hey

Does anyone know how many people get admitted roughly each year in NYU (each program and overall)?


Around ~400 in all the LL.M. specializations


Yes, but almost half are domestic applicants for the LLM in tax. But even though is a big figure.. and there are people who withdraw in favour of HLS, CLS etc.. so "waitisted" have a real shot. Good luck to everyone! :)


Non-tax llm might withdraw for another schools. But, i would argue none of the tax llm student would withdraw from NYU to CLS, Harvard, unless Harvard "paying" you to attend. there are cases that student pick other big 3 (i.e: UF or Gtown) for various reasons, but it is almost non-existence for tax llm prospective student abandon NYU for school other than the big 3.



Totally agree.
<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>Hey hey

Does anyone know how many people get admitted roughly each year in NYU (each program and overall)? </blockquote>

Around ~400 in all the LL.M. specializations </blockquote>

Yes, but almost half are domestic applicants for the LLM in tax. But even though is a big figure.. and there are people who withdraw in favour of HLS, CLS etc.. so "waitisted" have a real shot. Good luck to everyone! :)</blockquote>

Non-tax llm might withdraw for another schools. But, i would argue none of the tax llm student would withdraw from NYU to CLS, Harvard, unless Harvard "paying" you to attend. there are cases that student pick other big 3 (i.e: UF or Gtown) for various reasons, but it is almost non-existence for tax llm prospective student abandon NYU for school other than the big 3.

</blockquote>

Totally agree.
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Roroto
Mine says April 15.

New to this board. My domestic application to the International Legal Studies has been "application complete and under review" since March 12. No word! The requirements list is still there. Any ideas why it would be taking so long?


I applied to the tax program and have been waiting since Feb 1. When I visited them they say that they have over 6000 applications a year so I wouldn't expect to hear right away.


The usual waiting period last around 6-8 weeks. Mine went "under review" on early Feb, and I got my offer on Mid-March. However, since right now many of the decision has been made, my guess is that you probably have to wait a bit longer because the school will not likely to make a decision until the deposit deadline is over (i.e: so they can get a better sense of the application pool). but anyways, Good Luck, Hope to see you on campus!


When is the deposit deadline that they gave you?
Mine says April 15.

<blockquote><blockquote><blockquote><blockquote>New to this board. My domestic application to the International Legal Studies has been "application complete and under review" since March 12. No word! The requirements list is still there. Any ideas why it would be taking so long? </blockquote>

I applied to the tax program and have been waiting since Feb 1. When I visited them they say that they have over 6000 applications a year so I wouldn't expect to hear right away.</blockquote>

The usual waiting period last around 6-8 weeks. Mine went "under review" on early Feb, and I got my offer on Mid-March. However, since right now many of the decision has been made, my guess is that you probably have to wait a bit longer because the school will not likely to make a decision until the deposit deadline is over (i.e: so they can get a better sense of the application pool). but anyways, Good Luck, Hope to see you on campus! </blockquote>

When is the deposit deadline that they gave you?</blockquote>
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a123
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KumarCPA
I just received an admission e-mail!!! I'm ecstatic, now I just need to find an employer who will pay for the degree. To those still waiting anxiously, I know you want some info, but my stats may not be very helpful:

1) I'm a domestic applicant for the E-LLM in Tax (so my results may not be indicative of your application process)
2) My application was complete 2/21/13 and went under review 2/28/13, the status date never changed
3) My requirements list was full yesterday afternoon, but has now disappeared

Good luck to those still waiting!
I just received an admission e-mail!!! I'm ecstatic, now I just need to find an employer who will pay for the degree. To those still waiting anxiously, I know you want some info, but my stats may not be very helpful:

1) I'm a domestic applicant for the E-LLM in Tax (so my results may not be indicative of your application process)
2) My application was complete 2/21/13 and went under review 2/28/13, the status date never changed
3) My requirements list was full yesterday afternoon, but has now disappeared

Good luck to those still waiting!
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weatherlol
I just received an admission e-mail!!! I'm ecstatic, now I just need to find an employer who will pay for the degree. To those still waiting anxiously, I know you want some info, but my stats may not be very helpful:

1) I'm a domestic applicant for the E-LLM in Tax (so my results may not be indicative of your application process)
2) My application was complete 2/21/13 and went under review 2/28/13, the status date never changed
3) My requirements list was full yesterday afternoon, but has now disappeared

Good luck to those still waiting!


Congrads, I feel jealous that you wont be "on call". Please don't laugh if I say anything stupid on the class. :P
<blockquote>I just received an admission e-mail!!! I'm ecstatic, now I just need to find an employer who will pay for the degree. To those still waiting anxiously, I know you want some info, but my stats may not be very helpful:

1) I'm a domestic applicant for the E-LLM in Tax (so my results may not be indicative of your application process)
2) My application was complete 2/21/13 and went under review 2/28/13, the status date never changed
3) My requirements list was full yesterday afternoon, but has now disappeared

Good luck to those still waiting!</blockquote>

Congrads, I feel jealous that you wont be "on call". Please don't laugh if I say anything stupid on the class. :P
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idodee
Does anybody know if NYU admissions work next week? Or is everything closed during the spring recess?
Does anybody know if NYU admissions work next week? Or is everything closed during the spring recess?
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NebNeb
I thought the spring recess was this week?
I thought the spring recess was this week?
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