Students may earn both an LLM in Taxation and an LLM in Estate Planning by completing only 36 units. To do so, the student must complete the required courses for each degree and the remaining units may be fulfilled from electives.
Dual LLM Requirements:
Successful completion of 36 or more units;
A cumulative GPA of 2.50 on a scale of 4.0;
Successful completion of the courses required for the degree program;
Completion of the program requirements within 5 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.
LLM Tax 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 Programs Director.