USF adds taxation LL.M.

The University of San Francisco has launched a new LL.M. in taxation, its third such graduate law program. Daniel Lathrope, an expert in tax law, will oversee the program. Professor Joshua Rosenberg, author of leading treatises in tax law, is one of the featured professors, with courses ranging from corporate taxation and real estate taxation, to estate planning and international taxation, and more.

The program is located at USF’s main campus, in the heart of San Francisco’s financial district with both full- and part-time options offered. Up to 12 JD transfer credits from an ABA-accredited law school may be accepted with approval from the academic director.  

Students will network with established professionals in the field, and graduate well-prepared for the private practice of tax law, in-house counsel positions, and positions in the tax departments of businesses or allied professions.