Tax Law Rankings


Anikas

Does anybody know university rankings for tax LLM program ?

Does anybody know university rankings for tax LLM program ?
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Anikas

Also, can anybody advise which universities are the best for doing LLM with orientation in both corporate law and tax law.

Your advice is very much appreciated !

Also, can anybody advise which universities are the best for doing LLM with orientation in both corporate law and tax law.

Your advice is very much appreciated !
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Santa

Does anybody know university rankings for tax LLM program ?

http://grad-schools.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-graduate-schools/top-law-schools/tax-law

Also, can anybody advise which universities are the best for doing LLM with orientation in both corporate law and tax law.

Your advice is very much appreciated !

In my opinion, it's best to go to a T14 school, before considering the other schools in the aforementioned tax law ranking.
Most of those schools will do fine for your purpose. NYU is very well known for corporate and tax, so you might want to consider that. But all schools have disadvantages also, so you'll have to take everything into consideration.

<blockquote>Does anybody know university rankings for tax LLM program ?</blockquote>
http://grad-schools.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-graduate-schools/top-law-schools/tax-law

<blockquote>Also, can anybody advise which universities are the best for doing LLM with orientation in both corporate law and tax law.

Your advice is very much appreciated !</blockquote>
In my opinion, it's best to go to a T14 school, before considering the other schools in the aforementioned tax law ranking.
Most of those schools will do fine for your purpose. NYU is very well known for corporate and tax, so you might want to consider that. But all schools have disadvantages also, so you'll have to take everything into consideration.
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Anikas

Thanks Santa a lot for your answer !

Santa or may be anyone else know the full list of tax law specialized universities ?

Thanks Santa a lot for your answer !

Santa or may be anyone else know the full list of tax law specialized universities ?
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bdc

It is very simple to find out. All it requires is a 5 year old basic effort which you seem unwilling to even attempt. Your desire to be spoonfed shows that you are not prepared to enter any program that requires dedication and work.

It is very simple to find out. All it requires is a 5 year old basic effort which you seem unwilling to even attempt. Your desire to be spoonfed shows that you are not prepared to enter any program that requires dedication and work.
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Anikas

Bdc,

For your information I have been admitted to a law school and have a pretty good job in big 4 as a senior where hard work is a requirement.

helping people is not blaming anyone particularly when you do not know that person and her achivements at all or make conclusion in rash about a person asking help ! It seems psychology courses are needed.

Anyone else who can give advise where I can find the full list of top tax law universities ? I can see only the limited list (7 universities). thanks in advance

Bdc,

For your information I have been admitted to a law school and have a pretty good job in big 4 as a senior where hard work is a requirement.

helping people is not blaming anyone particularly when you do not know that person and her achivements at all or make conclusion in rash about a person asking help ! It seems psychology courses are needed.

Anyone else who can give advise where I can find the full list of top tax law universities ? I can see only the limited list (7 universities). thanks in advance
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bdc

You do not need to validate yourself to me. The fact of the matter is, anyone who boasts of your credentials would know how do do basic searches. Helping people is good, that is what this forum is for. But when you don't want to do the simple basic tasks that anyone can do in a matter of seconds, it shows that you are either a lazy person or not smart enough to be in any top educational setting.

Here is a softball. Look up in the red area.

You do not need to validate yourself to me. The fact of the matter is, anyone who boasts of your credentials would know how do do basic searches. Helping people is good, that is what this forum is for. But when you don't want to do the simple basic tasks that anyone can do in a matter of seconds, it shows that you are either a lazy person or not smart enough to be in any top educational setting.

Here is a softball. Look up in the red area.
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Anyone else who can give advise where I can find the full list of top tax law universities ? I can see only the limited list (7 universities). thanks in advance


http://taxprof.typepad.com/taxprof_blog/2009/04/new-2009-us.html

Tax Prof Blog is a good general resource for tax law. I recommend you bookmark it.

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Anyone else who can give advise where I can find the full list of top tax law universities ? I can see only the limited list (7 universities). thanks in advance
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http://taxprof.typepad.com/taxprof_blog/2009/04/new-2009-us.html

Tax Prof Blog is a good general resource for tax law. I recommend you bookmark it.
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Santa

Thanks Santa a lot for your answer !

Santa or may be anyone else know the full list of tax law specialized universities ?

I doubt such lists even exist. The only thing I can offer is that top 10 made up by Newsweek.

Moreover I would not go by that list but just apply to T14 schools and accept the school with the best ratio in the qualities you are looking for (tax classes, tax professors, general value of the school, amount of students in the LLM, classes with JD students or not, ...).

<blockquote>Thanks Santa a lot for your answer !

Santa or may be anyone else know the full list of tax law specialized universities ?</blockquote>
I doubt such lists even exist. The only thing I can offer is that top 10 made up by Newsweek.

Moreover I would not go by that list but just apply to T14 schools and accept the school with the best ratio in the qualities you are looking for (tax classes, tax professors, general value of the school, amount of students in the LLM, classes with JD students or not, ...).
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Hedek

amount of students in the LLM, classes with JD students or not...
With the additional warning that these criteria really shouldn't be deciding factors imo, unless all else is equal.
ie. you probably ought not to choose UChicago, Berkeley, or UVA over NYU or Georgetown if interested in tax.

The only thing I can offer is that top 10 made up by Newsweek.
Santa you know I like you, and I know it's a typo, so please don't take this seriously, but... you deserve a couple tomatoes and eggs thrown at you for calling it "Newsweek" instead of US News. Any confusion between real journalism and this toilet paper must be avoided at all costs: http://www.insidehighered.com/news/2009/06/08/usc

<blockquote>amount of students in the LLM, classes with JD students or not... </blockquote>With the additional warning that these criteria really shouldn't be deciding factors imo, unless all else is equal.
ie. you probably ought not to choose UChicago, Berkeley, or UVA over NYU or Georgetown if interested in tax.

<blockquote>The only thing I can offer is that top 10 made up by Newsweek.</blockquote>Santa you know I like you, and I know it's a typo, so please don't take this seriously, but... you deserve a couple tomatoes and eggs thrown at you for calling it "Newsweek" instead of US News. Any confusion between real journalism and this toilet paper must be avoided at all costs: http://www.insidehighered.com/news/2009/06/08/usc
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Santa

amount of students in the LLM, classes with JD students or not...

With the additional warning that these criteria really shouldn't be deciding factors imo, unless all else is equal.
ie. you probably ought not to choose UChicago, Berkeley, or UVA over NYU if interested in tax.

Also, Santa you know I like you, and I know it's a typo, so please don't take this seriously, but... you deserve a couple tomatoes and eggs thrown at you for calling it "Newsweek" instead of US News. Any confusion between real journalism and this toilet paper should be avoided at all costs: http://www.insidehighered.com/news/2009/06/08/usc

Haha you're right I'm sorry about the Newsweek typo. =)

<blockquote><blockquote>amount of students in the LLM, classes with JD students or not... </blockquote>
With the additional warning that these criteria really shouldn't be deciding factors imo, unless all else is equal.
ie. you probably ought not to choose UChicago, Berkeley, or UVA over NYU if interested in tax.

Also, Santa you know I like you, and I know it's a typo, so please don't take this seriously, but... you deserve a couple tomatoes and eggs thrown at you for calling it "Newsweek" instead of US News. Any confusion between real journalism and this toilet paper should be avoided at all costs: http://www.insidehighered.com/news/2009/06/08/usc</blockquote>
Haha you're right I'm sorry about the Newsweek typo. =)
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SteveB

Gee, no one linked to my post from the day the 2010 list came out. I'm hurt...ha ha.

Anikas, see: http://www.llm-guide.com/board/69614 for the JD list with the LLM's extrapolated. Remember, US News DOES NOT rank LLM's, only JD's. But that's the best list we have for now.

Gee, no one linked to my post from the day the 2010 list came out. I'm hurt...ha ha.

Anikas, see: http://www.llm-guide.com/board/69614 for the JD list with the LLM's extrapolated. Remember, US News DOES NOT rank LLM's, only JD's. But that's the best list we have for now.



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nicolas_a

tax prof blog is the best source I've read so far

tax prof blog is the best source I've read so far
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Anikas

Thanks to all for the help !

Thanks to all for the help !
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