Nov 30, 2022  
2020-2021 Law School Student Handbook 
    
2020-2021 Law School Student Handbook [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Estate Planning, LLM


General LLM (Master of Laws) Requirements:


  1. Successful completion of 24 or more units;
  2. A cumulative GPA of 2.50 on a scale of 4.0
  3. Successful completion of the courses required for the degree program;
  4. Completion of the program requirements within the number of years below:
    1. Environmental Law, 4 years
    2. Intellectual Property Law, 4 years
    3. International Legal Studies, 4 years
    4. Taxation, 5 years
    5. Estate Planning, 5 years
    6. Dual LLM in Taxation and Estate Planning, 5 years
    7. US Legal Studies, 4 years

Note: Program Directors may exercise the right to administratively withdraw any student who withdraws from two (2) or more courses without demonstrating special circumstances.

Internship/Externship


LLM in Estate Planning students may enroll in the tax and estate planning internship/externship programs and are allowed to apply up to six units of this type of non-classroom experience to their degree program. Students seeking to exceed this amount must receive the express permission of the LLM in Taxation and Estate Planning Program Director.