New York University School of Law has established a tax policy fellowship with the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Treasury (Tax Policy) and the Staff of the Joint Committee on Taxation. Each year, two of our J.D./LL.M. students spend six months in Washington, D.C. working at either Treasury or the Joint Committee during the summer and fall after the J.D. degree is awarded. NYU School of Law provides these Tax Policy Fellows with a stipend for the time they spend in Washington.
When the fellows return to NYU School of Law for the spring semester after the internship to complete the LL.M. as part of the Joint Degree Program, their tuition is waived and they receive a living stipend. Tax Policy Fellows are required to enroll in the Tax Policy Colloquium.