The Texas A&M Journal of Property Law is a scholarly publication dedicated to promoting academic discussions of property law. The journal explores the relationships arising from ownership, possession and use of property. Because of the inherent connectivity between property law and other disciplines, Texas A&M Journal of Property Law aims to:
- provide an expanded lens to view, discuss and understand these complexities, and
- facilitate thoughtful and intelligent discourse of national, state and local issues that shape the field of property law today.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Current Issue: Volume 4, Number 5 (2018) Symposium Edition - Artificial Intelligence and the Legal Profession
Happy Birthday Siri! Dialing in Legal Ethics for Artificial Intelligence, Smartphones, and Real Time Lawyers
Jan L. Jacobowitz and Justin Ortiz
Transparency and Fairness in Machine Learning Applications
Jim Shook, Robyn Smith, and Alex Antonio
Ethics of Using Artificial Intelligence to Augment Drafting Legal Documents
David Hricik, Asya-Lorrene S. Morgan, and Kyle H. Williams