JD/LLM and Tax Policy Fellowship Information session

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Information for all JD students about the study of tax at NYU, the JD/LLM program, and the Tax Policy Fellowships. The JD/LLM program can be used to earn a Tax LLM in as little as one additional semester of study or several semesters of part-time study. The fellowships can entail an LLM scholarship and interning at the Joint Committee on Taxation, the US Treasury Dept’s Office of Tax Policy, or the UN.

Current 3L JD students can apply to the LLM program until April 15, 2022 by visiting the following link. The application deadline for the fellowship is also April 15. The LLM application process is free and is fairly quick to complete. https://www.law.nyu.edu/graduateadmissions/previousapplicants

The information session can be found at the following link. NYU’s tax program can send you a memo with more detailed information if you email the program director at John.Stephens@nyu.edu

https://nyulaw.hosted.panopto.com/Panopto/Pages/Viewer.aspx?id=405316b2-663e-41a4-8b8b-ae660134835a
Introduction
Why study Tax? 1:51
Which tax courses should I take first? 5:13
Why consider an LLM? 7:11
The JD/LLM program at NYU 9:44
The Tax Policy Fellowship 14:35-21:56

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