LL.M. Admitted Students
Accepting Your Offer
We are so delighted that you have chosen the University of Florida to further your legal studies! To accept our offer of admission, please submit your signed enrollment form and your $200 non-refundable seat deposit.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Graduate Programs Office of Admissions at 352-273-0890. We look forward to welcoming you to Florida Law Gator Nation this fall!
Declining Your Offer
We’re sorry to see you go, but our waitlisted applicants thank you for your prompt notification. To decline an offer of admission, please complete the online form.
Welcome to Florida Law! We look forward to your arrival for the fall term. Below are a few items to complete in the meantime to make sure your enrollment goes smoothly!
All entering students are required to purchase the University’s Student Health Insurance Plan unless proof of comparable coverage is provided. Students are required to show proof of adequate health insurance as a condition of enrollment. More information, including insurance coverage guidelines, frequently asked questions, and how to submit one’s insurance information can be found at http://studentinsurance.shcc.ufl.edu.
Proof of Immunization
The University of Florida, in compliance with Florida Statute (1006.69) and Florida Administrative Code (6C-6.001-5), requires that all new students show proof of immunization prior to registering for classes. A University of Florida immunization form must be completed and returned to the University’s Student Health Care Center prior to registration. Students will not be allowed to register without proof of immunization. The University of Florida will accept State of Florida immunization records issued by local health departments and doctor’s offices. For additional information, and to download the immunization form, please visit http://healthcompliance.shcc.ufl.edu/.
Tax Events & Organizations
All students enrolled in the Graduate Tax program are invited to attend any and all events held on the Florida Law campus. Remote access is provided for these events where feasible. Annual events on campus include:
- Ethics of Tax Practice Panel
- Tax Colloquium Speaker Series
- International Tax Symposium
- Ellen Bellet Gelberg Tax Policy Event
- Florida Tax Institute
- Group Photos & Socials
- Pathways to Tax Practice, including “Big 4” Event
- “Tax Attorney Recruiting Event” (TARE) & “International Student Interview Program” (ISIP)
- ATL & VITA
- Tax Moot Court
- Florida Tax Review
After you are admitted, Florida Law will request a Form I-20 for you. The International Center at UF will then contact you and provide the information and guidance required for obtaining the necessary visa. For additional information about studying in the United States and the Form I-20, please see https://studyinthestates.dhs.gov/students.