NYU Tax & International Tax LLM Applicants (2019-2020)


zemeckis07
Hello, guys. My name is Lucas de Lima Carvalho and I graduated from the LLM in International Taxation at NYU in 2013. I know many of you are currently either waiting for an admission letter or waiting for a scholarship, so if you have any questions about the Tax and International Tax courses at NYU, feel free to reach out. You can use this thread or follow me and send a message on LinkedIn.
http://www.linkedin.com/in/lucasdelimacarvalho
Hello, guys. My name is Lucas de Lima Carvalho and I graduated from the LLM in International Taxation at NYU in 2013. I know many of you are currently either waiting for an admission letter or waiting for a scholarship, so if you have any questions about the Tax and International Tax courses at NYU, feel free to reach out. You can use this thread or follow me and send a message on LinkedIn.
http://www.linkedin.com/in/lucasdelimacarvalho
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Thanks. I have a question. I also want to study tax law in Europe. Full time with low tutiin fee. My grades are not too good though. Please advice me
Thanks. I have a question. I also want to study tax law in Europe. Full time with low tutiin fee. My grades are not too good though. Please advice me
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zemeckis07
I would advise you to read this text. I wrote it and published it on LinkedIn about two years ago, and it describes the 10 steps required for admission into the LL.M. program of a top Law School in the United States. I believe most of what I cover there can apply to European Law Schools.
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/ten-steps-get-llm-program-top-law-school-lucas-carvalho/
I would advise you to read this text. I wrote it and published it on LinkedIn about two years ago, and it describes the 10 steps required for admission into the LL.M. program of a top Law School in the United States. I believe most of what I cover there can apply to European Law Schools.
https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/ten-steps-get-llm-program-top-law-school-lucas-carvalho/
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brend_0
Hey, applying for 2019/2020 from Canada. Can I enrol in the Tax LLM or am I only allowed to enrol in the International Tax LLM since I'm from a foreign jurisdiction? As you may be able to tell from the question, I'm hoping to practice in the US (NY) after the program. Thank you!

[Edited by brend_0 on Feb 02, 2019]

Hey, applying for 2019/2020 from Canada. Can I enrol in the Tax LLM or am I only allowed to enrol in the International Tax LLM since I'm from a foreign jurisdiction? As you may be able to tell from the question, I'm hoping to practice in the US (NY) after the program. Thank you!
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zemeckis07
You should double-check that on the NYU Law website, but I have numerous friends/colleagues from previous years that do not have a U.S. J.D. and enrolled in the Graduate Tax Program (as opposed to the International Tax Program). So you should be fine.
You should double-check that on the NYU Law website, but I have numerous friends/colleagues from previous years that do not have a U.S. J.D. and enrolled in the Graduate Tax Program (as opposed to the International Tax Program). So you should be fine.
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CRV
Do you remember around what month were the admissions results out?
Do you remember around what month were the admissions results out?
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zemeckis07
Admissions go out on a rolling basis until late March/early April, I believe. Some people have already received admission notices.
Admissions go out on a rolling basis until late March/early April, I believe. Some people have already received admission notices.
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CRV
Yeah, I was checking the NYU LLM 2019/2020 blog, seems that most of the decisions are for either the general LLMs or Domestic tax. I applied to the International Tax, so far no one has posted about it.

I was also awarded the Fulbright Scholarship, wonder if they have a different process. This is nerve-wracking!!!

Anyway thanks for the info!

[Edited by CRV on Feb 05, 2019]

Yeah, I was checking the NYU LLM 2019/2020 blog, seems that most of the decisions are for either the general LLMs or Domestic tax. I applied to the International Tax, so far no one has posted about it.

I was also awarded the Fulbright Scholarship, wonder if they have a different process. This is nerve-wracking!!!

Anyway thanks for the info!
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