LLM in Taxation Admissions
Thank you for your interest in USF's new LLM in Taxation program.
Deadline to submit applications to the LLM in Tax Program – Friday, May 15.
How to apply
The LLM in Taxation application is now available online through the Law School Admission Council.The application is also available for download.
Located at the university's downtown campus in the heart of San Francisco's Financial District, the Master of Laws (LLM) in Taxation program is offered to both full-and part-time students.Special financial aid packages are available. Up to 12 JD transfer credits from an ABA-accredited law school may be accepted with approval from the academic director.
Find more information on the program's curriculum and expert full-time faculty here
Visit the How to Apply page to find step-by-step instructions for applying to this new program. Please read the information carefully to ensure prompt and accurate processing of your application. If you have any questions regarding the information below, please contact the Law School Office of Admissions at email@example.com or call (415) 422-6586.
Please note that the Law School will continue to accept applications after our priority application deadline, space permitting. However, early application filing is encouraged in order to receive an application decision in a timely manner.
USF School of Law Office of Admissions
2130 Fulton Street
San Francisco, CA 94117-1080
The Admissions Committee reviews files in the order they are completed, on a rolling basis. Therefore, it is to the applicant's advantage to submit the complete application with supporting materials as early as possible. Applicants will be reviewed once all required documents and the application fee have been received.
Applicants will be evaluated on academic and personal criteria. Academic information to be submitted with the application includes law school transcripts and other university records. Personal information includes extracurricular activities, employment experience, and other biographical information. Recommendations from professors or employers and a personal statement from the applicant are also required. All documents that are not in English, including transcripts and letters of recommendation, must be accompanied by an English translation.