LMU Loyola Law launches summer tax intensive online

 
Law schools' move to online learning is continuing into summer. 
 
For instance, the Graduate Tax Program at LMU Loyola Law School is launching an online version of its Summer Tax Intensive In response to the COVID-19 outbreak. The program offer classes custom-designed for online instruction. Classes start on May 26. More information is available at www.lls.edu/summertax.
 
In one summer, students may cover several courses (12 units) of U.S. income tax law: individual taxation, corporate taxation, partnership taxation, taxation of property transactions and the advanced timing rules essential to business tax planning and return preparation. 
 
Those same students may take an additional 12 units of tax courses online to complete a tax LL.M. from Loyola Law School.
 

Loyola Law School’s online tax courses are designed with student engagement in mind. They feature hands-on approaches, live discussions led by tax faculty and material for independent study. 

The Summer Tax Intensive Online Program has benefits for several audiences:

J.D. students may take the Summer Tax Intensive Online during their first or second J.D. summer. 

During their remaining J.D. years, they can take an additional 12 units of Loyola Law School tax courses online or as a visitor in Los Angeles (with the home school’s permission, those units can count toward both J.D. and Tax LL.M. degrees) and graduate with a J.D. from their home school and a tax LL.M. from LMU Loyola Law School in the same three years required for the J.D.

Or they may just complete one or both courses of the Summer Tax Intensive Online on a standalone basis. 

J.D. graduates may take the Summer Tax Intensive Online this summer. Then over the next five years, they can take an additional 12 units of Loyola Law School tax courses online or as a visitor in Los Angeles and obtain their tax LL.M. degree.

Or they may just complete one or both courses of the Summer Tax Intensive Online on a standalone basis. 

Professionals considering further training in tax law may take the Summer Tax Intensive Online this summer. Then over the next five years, they can take an additional 12 units of Loyola Law School tax courses online or as a visitor in Los Angeles and obtain their tax LL.M. or master of tax law degree.

Or they can just complete one or both courses of the Summer Tax Intensive Online on a standalone basis.

The Summer Tax Intensive is offered in two 6-unit courses: Income Taxation Intensive (individual taxation, taxation of property transactions, and timing) and Business Taxation Intensive (corporate and partnership taxation). Both courses are offered for Tax LL.M. or master of tax law credit; neither counts toward the JD degree. Standard financial aid rules for legal education apply. 

To learn more, visitwww.lls.edu/summertax. For other questions, contact Graduate Tax Program Director Jennifer Kowal at jennifer.kowal@lls.edu or 213.736.8349.

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