The University of Denver College of Law and Graduate Tax Program offer a dual degree program where a student may pursue the J.D. and LL.M. concurrently. Fifteen quarter hours (10 semester hours) of course work in the Graduate Tax Program are accepted toward the 90 semester hours required for the J.D. degree.
Students must apply separately to the College of Law and the Graduate Tax Program and sign a petition form available in the Registrar's Office of the College of Law. The first two semesters of full-time work in the College of Law must be devoted entirely to College of Law courses. The LL.M. degree will not be awarded prior to completion of the J.D. Any student who does not elect to complete the J.D. may only be awarded an M.T.
For more information on the J.D. at the University of Denver, see the College of Law website.