LL.MLegum Magister (Master of Laws)
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Meshcheryakov was awarded a Leiden Excellence Scholarship to pursue an advanced LL.M. in international tax law at the ITC-Leiden as a member of the class of 2017-2018.
Adams graduated from Emory Law School with honors in 1995 and received her LL.M. degree from Yale Law School in 2000.
The candidates must also bring their thesis of LL.M. and total marks obtained by each successful candidate will be reflected on the final merit list for provisional admission to be prepared after Viva-Voce examination.
The institute has invited applications for admission to LL.M. - 1 year programme as also for the LL.M.
By leveraging their networks of contacts, the EducationUSA advisers organized a recruiting tour that allowed law school representatives to jointly travel longer and farther than on previous separate European LL.M. advising tours.
The Corps, however, did not give up its desire for an LL.M. at TJAGSA, and this explains why, in February 1958, the School sought--and obtained--ABA approval for TJAGSA's 42-week-long Advanced Course as a graduate law program.
The LL.M. is designed to be flexible, allowing full-time students to complete the 27-credit program in one year, while part-time students can be enrolled in the program for up to four years.
Sidney Kess, CPA, JD, LL.M., interviews tax and personal financial planning experts on why the AMT is affecting more taxpayers, how the tax is computed, new developments, planning strategies to avoid the tax, and client case situations.
181387CPA07) offer the unique expertise and insight of Sidney Kess, CPA, JD, LL.M. Kess has been developing CPE video presentations on new tax acts since 1986.
The world's first online Masters in Tax Law (LL.M.) with E-Commerce Specialization will launch this fall at St.
Goldstein, LL.M., Ph.D., author of Asset Protection Secrets (Garrett Publishing, $29.95).
degree from Rutgers Law School and subsequently was awarded an LL.M. degree in criminal law from New York University Law School.