Georgetown, NYU and Northwestern Hosting Tax LL.M. Info Sessions

3 upcoming events in Chicago, New York City, and Washington DC in November

The law schools of Georgetown University, New York University (NYU), and Northwestern University are partnering to host tax LL.M. information sessions in Washington, New York, and Chicago in November. 

These information sessions will feature presentations from faculty, career services professionals, and admissions representatives from the three law schools. Following each session, attendees will be able to speak one-on-one with admissions representatives and faculty while enjoying a reception. 

The dates and venues are as follows:

November 5 - Chicago

Northwestern University

McCormick 195, 375 E Chicago Ave

November 11 - Washington DC

Georgetown University

Hotung Building – 2nd Floor, 600 New Jersey Ave NW

November 19 - New York

Georgetown University

Hotung Building – 2nd Floor / 600 New Jersey Ave NW

More information on these events (including information on how to RSVP) can be found at the Tax LL.M. info events website.


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