New Scholarship on Offer for NYU Law's Graduate Tax Program

The McDermott Will & Emery Scholarship will be awarded based on merit to a student pursuing Estate Planning Studies

New York University School of Law will soon be home to the McDermott Will & Emery Scholarship, named after the international law firm offering the award.

The annual $10,000 scholarship will be awarded to an LL.M. student on the Graduate Tax Program who is interested in focusing on Estate Planning Studies.

Applicants will be assessed on academic excellence and their potential to contribute to the field of estate planning.

Recipients will be expected to publish an article on a topic related to estate planning during the academic year.

For more information about the program and scholarships, see the program website.


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