Applications for inaugural 2010 program accepted from October
Starting in October, applications will be accepted for enrollment in the inaugural class beginning in Fall 2010.
According to the law school, the program includes a variety of courses ranging from Bankruptcy Taxation and Tax Policy to International Taxation and Income Tax Timing Issues.
Tax issues intersect so many areas of law and business and graduates of our LL.M. in Tax program may decide to pursue, or continue, careers in the private practice of tax law, says Deborah Call, associate dean at USC Law.
They may seek employment within the tax departments of a variety of companies or pursue positions in academia.
For more information about this and other LL.M. programs at USC Law, please visit their website or full LLM GUIDE directory profile.
Related Law Schools
More LLM News
How an LL.M. Can Help you Pass US Bar Exams
Oct 18, 2019
Some law schools offer support for overseas lawyers who want to practice in America, but bar exam requirements and pass rates vary wildly between states
An LL.M. in New York City: Why the Big Apple is a Great Place to Study Law
Oct 11, 2019
From the myriad top law schools to the ability to mingle with some of the countries’ most influential lawyers, New York offers it all
LL.M. Applications: What to do When You’ve Been Waitlisted
Sep 09, 2019
“Waitlisting” candidates is a growing trend, but there are many concrete steps that an applicant can take to improve their chances of admission to a top LL.M. course