Juris Doctor (JD) Degree in Tax Law

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  • Course description
    Curriculum Guide on Tax Law
    If you're not sure what area of law interests you or if you want to leave your options open, select courses that give you a well-rounded education. Make sure that you have the courses and skills that employers expect as part of a basic legal education. Having a strong, well balanced transcript can enhance your career flexibility and your ability to find a job in a tight market.

    Core/Foundation Courses
    The following are some of the basic courses of a well-rounded legal education:
    First-Year Required Courses
    • Contracts I
    • Civil Procedure I
    • Criminal ProcedureSubstantive Criminal Law
    • Legal Research and Writing I
    • Legal Research and Writing II
    • Property
    • Torts
    Second Semester Elective (Civil Procedure II, Contracts I, Constitutional Law I, Legal Process)
    Second- and Third-Years: Some Suggested Courses*
    • Administrative Law
    • An Advanced Legal Writing Course
    • Bankruptcy
    • Business Organizations I
    • Business Organizations II
    • Civil Procedure II (may be taken as a first-year elective)
    • Constitutional Law I (may be taken as a first-year elective)
    • Constitutional Law II
    • Contracts II (may be taken as a first-year elective)
    • Employment Law
    • Environmental Law
    • Evidence
    • Family Law I
    • Insurance Law
    • International Law
    • Introduction to Intellectual Property
    • Lawyering Skills
    • Professional ResponsibilitiesTax I (A or B)
    • Real Estate Transactions
    • Secured Transactions
    • Trial Advocacy
    • Trusts and Estates

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