Thursday, January 14, 2010
Students from any ABA-accredited law school may take two or three courses in one of these concentrations. Each program will offer its own co-curricular activities—such as externships, simulations, field trips, lectures, and workshops—to complement the courses. Interested students should contact the program of their choice directly for additional information.
“In these tough economic times, it has become more important for law students to build their careers while in law school to help them stand out from the crowd,” Professor Mariana Hogan, Associate Dean for Professional Development, said. “By focusing on a specialty area, students can make themselves more attractive to prospective employers.” ...
Not only will participating students benefit from the resources of the Law School, but they will also have the opportunity to explore New York City. Located in TriBeCa, the New York Law School’s new state-of-the-art building is steps away from the Financial District, Midtown Manhattan, and the City Hall area.
The cost is $1,465 per credit hour. Credits earned in the Tax Summer Institute can be applied toward NYLS's Tax LL.M.