Benjamin Franklin once remarked that nothing was certain except death and taxes. And for attorneys with expertise in tax, that means only one thing: job security. Pacific McGeorge offers a number of elective tax courses and a specialized curriculum leading to a J.D. degree with a Tax Concentration. Graduates with a concentration in tax law often find employment opportunities as tax, business, or estate planning specialists in private firms, accounting firms, the government, business ventures, and charitable organizations.
How to Apply
Apply by submitting the online application, which requires that you attach your resume and Statement of Purpose (at least 200 words on why you want to obtain the concentration and how it fits into your career goals). This application should be submitted at your earliest stages of planning, and in no case may be submitted after the Add/Drop Deadline of your final law school term. Students must schedule an appointment with the Faculty Director to plan their required curriculum and activities.