NYU vs Cornell


ananaya154

Hi Guys, which one do you think is a better choice if I want to pursue taxation. NYU Corporations LLM or NYU General LLM? Please let me know what your reasons are for the same.

Hi Guys, which one do you think is a better choice if I want to pursue taxation. NYU Corporations LLM or NYU General LLM? Please let me know what your reasons are for the same.
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lssssss

if you want to pursue taxation then you should go for NYU taxation LLM.

if you want to pursue taxation then you should go for NYU taxation LLM.
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ananaya154

if you want to pursue taxation then you should go for NYU taxation LLM.


I haven't gotten through the tax LLM at NYU, these are the only options I have

[quote]if you want to pursue taxation then you should go for NYU taxation LLM. [/quote]<br><br>I haven't gotten through the tax LLM at NYU, these are the only options I have
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lssssss

current tax llm at NYU. if you go to the corp track, you may be allowed to take some tax courses but probably won't have access to the career service support for tax llm students.

current tax llm at NYU. if you go to the corp track, you may be allowed to take some tax courses but probably won't have access to the career service support for tax llm students.
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ananaya154

current tax llm at NYU. if you go to the corp track, you may be allowed to take some tax courses but probably won't have access to the career service support for tax llm students.


makes Sense, but if I take corp up and then go for a concentrated route towards tax will that help?

[quote]current tax llm at NYU. if you go to the corp track, you may be allowed to take some tax courses but probably won't have access to the career service support for tax llm students. [/quote]<br><br>makes Sense, but if I take corp up and then go for a concentrated route towards tax will that help?
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lssssss

you probably still won't have career support from tax program, as long as you are not officially a tax llm student. also, I've heard it's almost impossible to officially transfer from a non-tax to tax llm program at NYU

you probably still won't have career support from tax program, as long as you are not officially a tax llm student. also, I've heard it's almost impossible to officially transfer from a non-tax to tax llm program at NYU
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ananaya154

you probably still won't have career support from tax program, as long as you are not officially a tax llm student. also, I've heard it's almost impossible to officially transfer from a non-tax to tax llm program at NYU


Understood! Thanks for your help :)

[quote]you probably still won't have career support from tax program, as long as you are not officially a tax llm student. also, I've heard it's almost impossible to officially transfer from a non-tax to tax llm program at NYU [/quote]<br><br>Understood! Thanks for your help :)
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lssssss

if you are not from US, there's an international tax program at NYU, also with access to the tax career service, but that program is hard to get in as well

if you are not from US, there's an international tax program at NYU, also with access to the tax career service, but that program is hard to get in as well
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