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Suffolk Law to launch dual master of laws in taxation and juris doctor program

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Suffolk University announced an expanded option Friday for law school students that will allow them to receive a master of laws degree in taxation and a juris doctor degree concurrently. The new program, which will launch in May 2015, includes an intensive summer 12-credit, 10-week summer session that will let students graduate in the same three-year day program or four-year evening program period required for obtaining a single law degree. “Federal tax law is complex and detailed,’’ Anthony Polito, associate dean of the law school, said in a statement. “Students who intend to focus their practice in taxation or who wish to practice in the corporate, business planning, estate planning, or financial sectors must have in-depth knowledge of multiple areas of federal tax law.”

Haven Orecchio-Egresitz can be reached at Haven.egresitz@globe.com.
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