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LLM in Taxation

  • University of Miami School of Law
  • Responsable(s) de la formation : Patricia Brown
  • Adresse : 1311 Miller Drive, Coral Gables, FL 33146 , Coral Gables
  • Téléphone : 305-284-5567
  • Email administratif : taxllm@law.miami.edu
  • Site Internet : Consulter

Application

  • Application Form: There are three different ways to submit your application. First, you may submit a completed application form electronically via our Online Application system. Second, we accept applications through the Law School Admission Council (LSAC). Third, you may use our paper application by downloading it here.

  • Application Fee: A U.S.D. $50.00 application fee is required. This application fee is non-refundable, and will not be credited toward tuition or any other account in the event of admission.

  • Statement of Purpose of approximately 500 words in English. Please address your academic and professional background, your professional goals, specific areas of interest, and other matters which you think are of importance. We recommend that you summarize your professional background in a résumé or curriculum vitae submitted separately.

  • Undergraduate and Law School Transcripts and Notarized Copy of Diplomas: Arrange for official transcripts from your undergraduate university and law school to be mailed directly to the Office of Graduate and J.D. Admissions. All documents not in English, Spanish or Portuguese must be translated into English.

  • LSDAS Report and LSAT Score: For U.S. law graduates ONLY.

  • TOEFL score for applicants whose native language is not English. Minimum required TOEFL score for admission: 580 paper-based, 237 computer-based and 92 internet-based. The IELTS exam is also accepted. Minimum required IELTS score for admission: 7.0.

  • Two Letters of Recommendation: Obtain two letters of recommendation from two law school professors stating in detail their opinion of your qualifications for graduate law study. Attorneys in practice more than two years may submit letters of recommendation from an employer or colleague.

  • Scholarship Request Form and Research Assistant Form: The scholarship committee generally meets in March of each year to begin awarding scholarships for the following fall semester. We encourage you to apply before this date if you wish to be considered for scholarship assistance.

  • Statement of Financial Responsibility and Verification of Sponsorship: For admitted students requiring a visa ONLY. If admitted, you must submit a Statement of Financial Responsibility. You will also need to submit a verification of sponsorship or bank letter demonstrating your ability to defray your education and living expenses while in the United States. This information is required by the U.S. Government for immigration purposes. (Not required of citizens or permanent residents of the U.S.)

Please click here for further information about the application process.

Admission

  • Application Form: There are three different ways to submit your application. First, you may submit a completed application form electronically via our Online Application system. Second, we accept applications through the Law School Admission Council (LSAC). Third, you may use our paper application by downloading it here.

  • Application Fee: A U.S.D. $50.00 application fee is required. This application fee is non-refundable, and will not be credited toward tuition or any other account in the event of admission.

  • Statement of Purpose of approximately 500 words in English. Please address your academic and professional background, your professional goals, specific areas of interest, and other matters which you think are of importance. We recommend that you summarize your professional background in a résumé or curriculum vitae submitted separately.

  • Undergraduate and Law School Transcripts and Notarized Copy of Diplomas: Arrange for official transcripts from your undergraduate university and law school to be mailed directly to the Office of Graduate and J.D. Admissions. All documents not in English, Spanish or Portuguese must be translated into English.

  • LSDAS Report and LSAT Score: For U.S. law graduates ONLY.

  • TOEFL score for applicants whose native language is not English. Minimum required TOEFL score for admission: 580 paper-based, 237 computer-based and 92 internet-based. The IELTS exam is also accepted. Minimum required IELTS score for admission: 7.0.

  • Two Letters of Recommendation: Obtain two letters of recommendation from two law school professors stating in detail their opinion of your qualifications for graduate law study. Attorneys in practice more than two years may submit letters of recommendation from an employer or colleague.

  • Scholarship Request Form and Research Assistant Form: The scholarship committee generally meets in March of each year to begin awarding scholarships for the following fall semester. We encourage you to apply before this date if you wish to be considered for scholarship assistance.

  • Statement of Financial Responsibility and Verification of Sponsorship: For admitted students requiring a visa ONLY. If admitted, you must submit a Statement of Financial Responsibility. You will also need to submit a verification of sponsorship or bank letter demonstrating your ability to defray your education and living expenses while in the United States. This information is required by the U.S. Government for immigration purposes. (Not required of citizens or permanent residents of the U.S.)

Please click here for further information about the application process.

Curriculum

CREDIT REQUIREMENTS


A minimum of 24 credits are required to obtain the LL.M. degree in Taxation: 12 credits of required courses and at least 12 credits of electives. Students may take a maximum of one, two-credit Independent Study and have it count toward their LL.M. degree in Taxation elective requirements. If a student is accepted into the four-credit Independent Study/IRS Internship, then all four credits will count toward the LL.M. degree.


GPA REQUIREMENTS


Candidates for an LL.M. in Taxation must successfully complete all required courses and sufficient electives for a minimum of 24 credit hours with a 2.50 GPA or better. A student who has not earned at least the minimum required grade point average of 2.5 upon completion of 24 credit hours will not be awarded the LL.M. in Tax. A student is not permitted to take extra courses to earn the required minimum grade point average of 2.5.


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Program

Credit Requirements


A minimum of 24 credits are required to obtain the LL.M. degree in Taxation: 12 credits of required courses and at least 12 credits of electives. Students may take a maximum of one, two-credit Independent Study and have it count toward their LL.M. degree in Taxation elective requirements. If a student is accepted into the four-credit Independent Study/IRS Internship, then all four credits will count toward the LL.M. degree.


GPA Requirements


Candidates for an LL.M. in Taxation must successfully complete all required courses and sufficient electives for a minimum of 24 credit hours with a 2.50 GPA or better. A student who has not earned at least the minimum required grade point average of 2.5 upon completion of 24 credit hours will not be awarded the LL.M. in Tax. A student is not permitted to take extra courses to earn the required minimum grade point average of 2.5.


Click here for a listing of required courses and electives.