Areas of Study



The NYU School of Law was the first law school to have a graduate tax program, and for nearly 70 years it has set the pace in this area, offering more tax courses than any other school.

The Law School has an extensive tax law faculty with scholarly interests that range from partnership transactions to tax policy to transfer pricing planning and disputes.

The tax program also boasts an impressive roster of adjunct professors, many of whom practice with New York City’s top firms.

Our Tax Law degree programs include:


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