The University of Florida Fredric G. Levin College of Law (hereinafter UF Law) is one of America's largest law schools and is known for its devotion to academic excellence, robust experiential learning opportunities, breath of faculty, and diverse student body. It was recently ranked by the U.S. News & World Report 41st among the best law schools in the U.S. for 2018 and the 19th best public law school. UF Law's tax program is highly prestigious and ranked third in the country. Among others, UF Law offers four LLM degrees, as follows:
- LLM in Taxation
- LLM in International Taxation
- LLM in Environmental & Land Use Law
- LLM in Comparative Law (U.S. Law)
All programs have Fall and Spring intakes. For Fall 2018/Spring 2019 classes, the deadline for applications is 1 June 2018. Those who fail to meet the deadline may still be considered on a case-to-case basis as long as the program is not full. Applications must be submitted online through the LSAC. Those with existing JD accounts in the LSAC will need to create a new account to apply for an LLM program. Students currently taking their law degrees should first complete 5 semesters prior to applying for an LLM program.
To be eligible to apply, student must have a JD degree from a law school that is either ABA-accredited or a member of the Association of American Law Schools. Currently, all LLM programs are open only to U.S. law graduates except the LLM in Comparative Law program, which is designed for students with prior law degree taken outside the U.S.