One-year program includes 30 credits; also includes part-time option

The University of British Columbia Faculty of Law will be launching a new LL.M. in Taxation in August 2014. The new one-year, full-time program (with a part-time option) will include 30 credits, consisting of 16 required credits in tax law and policy courses, at least 8 elective credits in tax law and policy courses, and up to 6 elective credits in other law courses.

According to UBC Law, for most full-time students, two academic terms plus an introductory intensive course taught in August will be required to the complete the course requirements.

Applications for the inaugural program open on November 1 and close on January 31.

For more information, please visit the UBC Tax LL.M. program website or the school's full LLM GUIDE directory profile.
 

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