Graduate Admissions

Taxation Program Scholarships

Prospective students interested in being considered for the Tax Law Review, M. Carr Ferguson, Michael I. Saltzman, or Graduate Tax Program Scholarships are encouraged to apply to the full-time LL.M. in Taxation before the priority deadline of January 31, 2014. Decisions regarding all scholarships for the full-time Taxation program are released on a rolling basis, and follow notification of admission to the LL.M. degree.

Foreign-trained applicants to the LL.M. in International Taxation are considered for the Wallace Scholarship on the basis of their admissions application. Admitted students selected to receive this award will be notified at the time of admission.

Tax Law Review Scholarships

Up to eight half-tuition scholarships are awarded annually to full-time LL.M. in Taxation candidates who serve as graduate editors of the faculty-edited Tax Law Review. These merit-based scholarships are awarded to those who have outstanding academic records and show exceptional promise for work in the Graduate Tax Program.

M. Carr Ferguson Scholarship

A half-tuition scholarship is awarded annually to one full-time candidate for the LL.M. in Taxation degree.  Candidates for this scholarship should demonstrate academic excellence, engagement with the field, high potential to contribute to the Law School community, and/or interest in public service. The recipient of this scholarship will be expected to write a research paper of publishable quality under the guidance of a faculty member.

Michael I. Saltzman Scholarship

A partial-tuition scholarship is awarded annually to one full-time candidate for the LL.M. in Taxation degree. Candidates for this merit-based scholarship should demonstrate an interest in pursuing tax controversy or tax litigation practice. 

Graduate Tax Program Scholarships

The Graduate Tax Program awards merit-based, partial-tuition scholarships to full-time LL.M. in Taxation candidates. These scholarships are awarded to applicants who have outstanding academic records and show exceptional promise for work in the Graduate Tax Program. 

Gerald L. Wallace Fund Scholarships

Half-tuition scholarships based on merit are awarded to full-time candidates in the LL.M. in International Taxation program. 

 

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