I have been accepted to the Tax LL.M. at Georgetown and the Executive Tax LL.M. program at NYU.
I am not sure which of the two programs I should choose.
I plan on practicing tax law in Texas, where I wish to work for a private law firm once I graduate.
One more wrinkle to consider before giving out your verdict. If I attend the Executive LL.M. at NYU, upon successful completion of the program, my degree will state that I completed the EXECUTIVE Tax LL.M. program. I was wondering if the mention of "EXECUTIVE" will be harmful to my prospects of employment in private firms?
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