Applicants interested in the Joint JD/Tax LLM program must already be enrolled in Loyola's JD program. Current Loyola JD students may apply for admission to the Joint JD/Tax LLM program at any time prior to completing their second JD year.
The application deadline is May 5.
Please note: JD students at other US law schools are required to apply for admission using the Joint JD/Tax LLM for Visiting Students application.
A professional goals statement is required and assists the Graduate Admissions Committee in selecting candidates for the entering class. The professional goals statement should address the applicant’s interest in and qualifications for the Tax LLM program.
The professional goals statement should be typed, double-spaced, and submitted (electronically attached) with the application. The required font size of the professional goals statement is 10 pt. or larger; the recommended length is one to two pages.
The professional goals statement must be the original work of the applicant.
Applicants must submit an unofficial law school transcript. Please make sure to include midterm grades if a final grade is not available.
Applicants are required to submit a résumé. Résumés should not exceed two typed pages and may include: education information (including honors and awards), employment history, extracurricular or community activities, publications, special achievements, etc.
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