I was thinking of pursuing the Georgetown Tax LLM online, in what they call the Executive LLM program. Does anyone have a sense of whether employers view the online program as 'less than' the in-person program? I could do the regular program but travel enough that the online one is appealing. They say it's the same coursework (though some courses are not offered online). I'm just concerned that employers will view it as being less substantial. Thanks for your help!!
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