Full-time students for the Graduate Program in Taxation may matriculate only in the fall semester. Applications are accepted and are considered on a rolling basis but will be considered only when they are complete. Completion of a law school course in Federal Income Tax, with a grade of "B" or better, is a prerequisite for admission.
Students interested in our part-time program may apply for admission to either the fall or spring semester and, at the discretion of the Director, may later convert to full-time status. A minimum of 24 credits are required for the degree and must be earned within five years from the initial date of matriculation in the Program. Applications are accepted and are considered on a rolling basis, but will be considered only when they are complete. Completion of a law school course in Federal Income Tax, with a grade of "B" or better, is a prerequisite for admission.
University of Miami School of Law
Graduate Program in Taxation
1311 Miller Drive, Room B-350
Coral Gables, Florida 33146
The Program's new director, Patricia Brown, is an internationally-recognized expert in the field of international taxation, with specialties in tax treaty policy and the international taxation of financial products and institutions. Read More
"The LL.M. in Taxation is a challenging, fast-paced program that provided me with the technical skills and specialized knowledge to excel in the field of private client practice. The program offers students a range of courses across many different tax disciplines. This diversity allowed me to personalize my own schedule and focus on the areas of international tax and estate planning. Each of my professors was a leading expert and genuinely cared about my success. Their dedicated staff helped guide me to the right firm and adequately prepared me for the interviewing process."
Sarah B. Sindledecker,
J.D. '08, LL.M. '11
Associate, Cantor & Webb P.A.; Miami, FL
"I stepped on the UM campus; it was love at first sight...[the program] completely prepared me to do what I do... [the degree] has helped me have the legal career I wanted."