BU Law is committed to making superior LLM instruction available to experienced practitioners who are unable to attend traditional, nine-month residential programs. Current online degree programs include:
BU Law’s renowned LLM tax program, established in 1959, is now available through online instruction, enabling practitioners to receive either fundamental or advanced training in tax law in a convenient, accessible format. The program can be completed in as few as four consecutive part-time sessions or over a four year period. This flexible format accommodates the hectic schedules of active practitioners who otherwise would not be able to attend the BU Law’s traditional, residential program. Students may begin their studies at three convenient times per year — fall, spring or summer.
The Executive LLM’s unique blended learning format combines two-week residency sessions in Boston and/or Budapest with online instruction, offering a level of flexibility that’s ideal of busy practitioners who seek advanced expertise but cannot attend a traditional nine-month residential program.
Complaint Resolution and State Authorization
Boston University makes every attempt to resolve student complaints within its academic and administrative departments. If an issue cannot be resolved internally, you may wish to contact the state agency in the state in which you reside. A list of state agencies across the United States can be found here and a list of state disclosures can be found here.