University of Miami: Taxation
|Institution||University of Miami|
|Department||School of Law View department profile|
In today's world, tax issues are inescapable, increasingly complex and constantly changing. The tax program draws upon Miami's unique location – the pivot point between S. America, N. America and Europe – to bring the region's diverse perspectives and career-building opportunities to students. Miami Law's tax program and courses focus on building a better tax lawyer who develops the "tax sense" necessary to resolve tax problems with confidence. Several courses are co-taught by U.S. and a non-U.S. tax lawyers and students are introduced to problem solving for multiple jurisdictions with an Online LL.M. in Taxation of Cross-Border Investment and International Tax Concentration option. Classes are offered in an order that makes sense. Students take foundational courses in the fall, and in spring they build on concepts to tackle increasingly complex issues and choose electives for a deeper understanding of specific areas of interest.
University of Miami School of Law
Miami Law is strongly committed to its graduate LLM programs, and we welcome applicants from around the world to join our legal community. Situated in one of the world's most vibrant, multicultural metropolitan areas, The University of Miami School of Law stands at the crossroads of the Americas.
Graduates of Miami Law are among the best attorneys with more than 18,000 alumni practicing throughout the United States and in nearly 70 countries—from corporate to public interest; in large firms, private practice, and government service; or as sole practitioners.
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