About This Journal
The Texas A&M Law Review is a scholarly journal with a broad focus on issues significant to the entirety of legal scholarship. Both managed and staffed by students, the primary purpose of the publication is to encourage the criticism and analysis of legal issues of interest to academics, practitioners, and law students. To that end, the Texas A&M Law Review selects, revises, and publishes quality scholarship at regular intervals over the course of each academic year. It also hosts two academic symposia annually; one of which is dedicated to issues in agriculture law. The other symposium features a revolving topic that is both timely and significant to the legal and academic community. In addition to publishing pieces by preeminent scholars on cutting-edge topics, the Law Review also publishes scholarly work written by its student members after rigorous peer review by the Board of Editors, thus serving as a vehicle for its staff members to further develop their legal writing skills.
In August 2013, Texas A&M University acquired Texas Wesleyan University School of Law, forming Texas A&M University School of Law. The Texas A&M Law Review builds upon the proud tradition established by the Texas Wesleyan Law Review, which published its first issue in the spring of 1994. In the fall of 2013, the Texas A&M Law Review sent its first publications to print continuing the legacy.