New "E-LLM" begins in Fall 2008; will resemble current part-time tax program

New York University (NYU) School of Law has created a new online executive LL.M. program, which will begin this fall. Students enrolled in the new "E-LLM" program will have the same professors and curriculum as students in the school’s part-time Graduate Tax Program. Distance learning students will "attend" lectures via the Internet.

The preferred application deadline is June 1, 2008; the final deadline is July 1.  Students planning to attend the one-week course on the NYU campus in August 2008 are encouraged to apply by the preferred deadline.

For more information, please visit the Executive LL.M. website at NYU Law.

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