All students are reviewed for scholarships on the basis of their admissions applications. In addition to the programs outlined in the Law School Bulletin, the following scholarships are available to US and foreign students in the tax area:

Gerald L. Wallace Fund Scholarships

One-half tuition scholarships based on merit and/or financial need are awarded to candidates for the LLM in Taxation and in International Taxation degrees from the Wallace Fund.

Tax Law Review Scholarships

Up to six scholarships of one-half tuition are awarded annually to full-time candidates for the LLM in Taxation degree who serve as graduate editors of the faculty-edited Tax Law Review. These scholarships are awarded to applicants who have outstanding academic records and show exceptional promise for work in the Graduate Tax Program. These positions are awarded on the basis of merit, but are not available to International Tax Program students. International Tax Program students may apply for Wallace Scholarships.

Named Scholarships

The NYU School of Law Graduate Program is proud to offer the following named scholarships:

  • Crowe & Dunlevy Graduate Tax Scholarship
  • M. Carr Ferguson Fellowship in Tax Law
  • Morris M. Geifman Memorial Scholarship
  • James Goodfellow Scholarship in Taxation
  • Leon G. Kozak Scholarship in Tax
  • KPMG Scholarship Fund
  • D. Lurton Massee Jr. Scholarship
  • Judge David Laro Scholarship
  • Edward Rudman (LLM '63) Scholarship in Taxation
  • Philip E. Semel ('23) Fellowship
  • Lewis Steinberg Scholarship in Taxation
  • Alex E. Weinberg ('68) Fellowship
  • Nina W. Werblow Tax Fellowship
  • Wilf Tax Scholarship