Corporate tax department employees were asked to pick the top US programs for hiring

TaxTalent recently ranked the top Tax LL.M. programs in the United States.

The Top-10 programs in the ranking were (in order) NYU, Georgetown, University of Florida, Boston University, Villanova and Michigan (tied for 5th), Northwestern, DePaul, University of Miami, New York Law School, and Golden Gate University.

The results are based on a survey of 128 corporate in-house tax department employees who were "asked to select up to five schools (out of 31) with LLM Tax programs that they hold in highest regard when hiring candidates."

It is the second-annual survey of this kind published by TaxTalent.

See the survey results here.

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