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 U.S. 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 LL.M. in Taxation and in International Taxation degrees.
The NYU School of Law Graduate Program is proud to offer the following named scholarships:
Crowe and Dunlevy
M. Carr Ferguson
Leon G. Kozak
David Lurton Massee, Jr.
Rachor Family Foundation in honor of Judge David Laro
Philip E. Semel
Alex E. Weinberg
Nina W. Werblow Charitable Trust
The Hauser Global Scholars Program, a part of the Hauser Global Law School Program, offers generous financial support to a limited number of outstanding foreign students for a year of study at New York University School of Law. Students may work toward an LL.M. or J.S.D. degree. The Scholarship is available only for one year and is non-renewable.
Citibank Student Loan Program
NYU School of Law has arranged an attractive low-interest loan program with Citibank. This approach to financing your year at NYU School of Law can be attractive to those who plan or expect to work in the U.S. for 1-2 years after receiving their LL.M. because, among other things, it can eliminate or significantly reduce the risk of adverse changes in currency exchange rates. Interested students should contact the Student Financial Services Office for more information after they have been admitted to the program.
In addition, the Graduate Program awards need-based scholarships in varying amounts. Interested applicants should consult the Office of Student Financial Services.