I've noticed a lot of schools only accept a few transfers, just to fill space by 1Ls that left. Does anybody know any top 20 schools that accept a good amount of transfers, instead of the usual 4 or 5?
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« on: March 20, 2007, 09:44:19 AM »
I'm interested in going into tax law and figure that I'll probably end up getting an LLM in tax. Does anybody know how competitive these programs are? There is a lot of information out there for JD programs, but I'm having a hard time finding it for tax LLM programs. Thanks.
I am very interested in tax law. I have noticed that most tax attorneys have an LLM, is it pretty much required to have an LLM to be a tax attorney? I'm just wondering if it is worth an extra year of school to do an LLM in tax.
« on: February 15, 2006, 03:03:56 PM »
My city of preference is San Antonio. I have mid range stats (161, 3.5) so I know that University of Texas is out of reach, which I'm sure is the best school to land a top job in San Antonio. Is St. Mary's a good choice? I know it is a very low ranked school, but it is in the location I want. I'd guess the top graduates there get some good offers in San Antonio. Any advice or suggestions?
So I've been accepted to Case Western with a $11k scholarship, I was set to attend there. Today I got a message from Wake Forest telling me that I got in off their wait list. I'm having a hard time deciding what to do. Would going to Wake Forest provide more options since it is ranked higher and has a little more prestige? I personally don't care about the location, whether I end up practicing in Ohio or North Carolina, I just want to attend the school that will provide the best opportunities upon graduation. Since I have a scholarship at Case Western it would be a little cheaper to attend there though. Any advice would be most helpful. Thanks.
« on: March 29, 2005, 01:22:07 PM »
I've been looking at Case Western and received a scholarship there, however, even with the scholarship I'll rack up over 100k of debt if I attend there. Is Case Western worth that? I'm comparing that with another school that is a little lower ranked but where I would probably end up with about 70k of debt. What are your thoughts?
Which would be the better choice. Case Western offered me a 11,000/yr scholarship, Denver offered 16,500/yr. Both don't have minimum requirements to keep the scholarships. I had been leaning toward Denver because they were offereing more money and I'm worried about debt. But would Case offer better career options? I also noticed that in the 2006 rankings, Case moved up into T1 while Denver fell a few spots. Any advice?