Annually ranked as one of the preeminent programs of its kind, the Master of Laws in Taxation program has the highest enrollment (more than 200 students) among the graduate programs at the Law Center.Georgetown's Tax LL.M. program offers a unique combination of full-time and adjunct faculty, the most comprehensive tax curriculum of any U.S. law school, the opportunity to study tax law in Washington, D.C., where the nation's laws are made, interpreted and enforced.
The Tax LL.M. program is open to both U.S.-trained lawyers and to lawyers who received their legal training in foreign countries.To attain the degree, U.S.-trained students must complete 24 academic credits, 20 of which must be in tax courses.Foreign-trained students must complete 20 academic credits, 16 of which must be in tax courses.
Georgetown also offers an Executive LL.M. in Taxation program that is open to both U.S.-trained and foreign-trained attorneys, and can be completed entirely online.The Executive LL.M. offers students the same high-quality instruction and learning experience as the on-campus program, but allows them to attend class and complete assignments at times that are more convenient for them.
Tax LL.M. brochure (PDF)
To learn more about the Tax LL.M. program, please contact:
G. Ellis Duncan
Director of the Graduate Tax Program
Office of Graduate Programs
Georgetown University Law Center
600 New Jersey Avenue, NW
Suite 5000, Hotung Building
Washington, DC 20001
For information about admission to the Tax LL.M. program, please refer to our Graduate Admissions webpage, or contact the Office of Graduate Admissions by telephone at (202) 662-9020 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.