Friday, April 18, 2014
The University of San Francisco School of Law is launching an LL.M. in Taxation Program beginning in August, 2014:
All classes will be held in the heart of San Francisco at USF’s downtown campus. The program is structured to provide students with a firm grounding in the major areas of taxation and prepare graduates to launch or advance careers in tax law.
Full-time faculty teaching in the USF LL.M. Program include Professor Daniel Lathrope, the E.L. Wiegand Distinguished Professor in Tax and Director of the Program; and Professor Joshua Rosenberg. Adjunct professors teaching in the Program are highly qualified, experienced practitioners in fields of tax and estate planning.
The curriculum in USF’s LL.M. in Taxation Program is wide ranging, offering both breadth as well as specialization in fields such as business taxation, international taxation, and estate planning. The program offers advanced standing for certain tax courses taken at an ABA-accredited JD institution. Merit scholarships and financial aid are also available to students applying for the inaugural class. For additional information on the Program, contact Associate Director Natascha Fastabend.