Tax Curriculum & Facilities

The Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Taxation program at Washington University School of Law promotes a rigorous course of study in the field of tax law. Most courses meet early morning or late afternoon/early evening with a limited number on Saturday. Some courses are not taught every year. Below are some 3-hour courses offered in the tax curriculum:

Fall

  • Accounting for Tax Lawyers
  • Asset Protection Planning
  • Corporate Taxation
  • Estate and Gift Taxation
  • Family Wealth Management
  • Federal Income Tax
  • Federal Tax Procedure
  • Pensions & Tax-Favored Savings
  • State and Local Taxation
  • Tax Planning for Real Estate Investments and
    Closely Held Business: Select Issues

Spring

  • Advanced Executive Compensation
  • Business Acquisitions
  • Closely-Held Business & Succession Planning Seminar
  • Corporate Reorganizations
  • Corporate Taxation
  • Estate Planning and Drafting
  • Federal Income Tax
  • Federal Partnership Taxation
  • International Aspects of Estate Planning
  • Pass Through Business Taxation: Partnerships & Limited Liability Companies
  • Tax Fraud Prosecutions

Course Directory

Students admitted to the program may register for courses, update addresses, view grades, etc., via WebSTAC at https://acadinfo.wustl.edu. For a tax course listing see:

If you need assistance, contact Sue Eggemeyer at seggemeyer@wulaw.wustl.edu or 314-935-7458.

Facilities and Technology

The School of Law

The School of Law is an integral part of Washington University, an independent institution internationally known for its excellence in teaching and research. Consistently recognized as a top law university, approximately 12,000 undergraduate, graduate, and professional students choose to come to Washington University from all 50 states and from 90 other nations. The University is also home to other outstanding graduate schools and programs, including: the School of Medicine; George Warren Brown School of Social Work; and the John M. Olin School of Business. The wide spectrum of academic disciplines available at Washington University enhances the diversity of our student population and adds to the intellectual life of the University and the School of Law.

In addition to an excellent national reputation, well-respected faculty, and a state-of-the-art facility, the School of Law also offers students a friendly and supportive learning environment. Our students, who are cooperative rather than competitive, help sustain this environment. Our faculty members' open door policy allows you to get the guidance you need. And if you're like many of our students, you build lasting friendships with faculty members and classmates.

Technology

While the building itself appears traditional, the latest computing and multimedia technologies are incorporated into its infrastructure. The information resources of the School of Law include the Law Library, Computing Services, and the Audio-Visual Units. These resources provide the School of Law with unparalleled state-of-the-art research, automation and multimedia services.