Application

Candidates for the LL.M. in Taxation degree must have a law degree and an academic record reflecting an ability to perform graduate work.

The Graduate Tax Admissions Committee of the Law School will review all applications for admission. The Committee will evaluate each candidate based on the likelihood of success in the program.

As the primary indicator of success in the program, the Committee will consider prior performance in academic and law school undertakings. However, the Committee will also take into account relevant practical experience. While the Law School does not usually require letters of recommendation and interviews for the Graduate Tax Program, the Committee may request them under appropriate circumstances.

How to Apply

An applicant may apply in one of three ways. Please use the method that is easiest for you.

1. Complete and mail in this PDF version of the application (*Use link below to pay fee).

2. Apply online by clicking here.

3. Click here to complete an LSAC Electronic Application. If you are not already registered with LSAC be sure to click “register for the LLM electronic application service only” as you are not required to register for the LSDAS report or the LLM Credential Assembly Service (*Use link below to pay fee).

*Application Fee

The online application process will give you an opportunity to pay your $50.00 non-refundable application fee.

If you are mailing a paper application or applying through LSAC, please pay online by clicking here.

Credit Cards accepted: Visa, MasterCard, or Discover.

If you have any questions, please contact the LL.M. Admission Office:
llmtax@law.ua.edu
Box 870382
Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35487-0382
(205) 348-5932
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You may also make an appointment to Skype with the Director.
Email dpowell@law.ua.edu for available days and times.

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