The Texas A&M Law Review publishes several issues annually. The Law Review encourages legal scholarship on issues of interest to academic scholars, law students, practicing lawyers and judges. To this end, the Texas A&M Law Review selects, edits and publishes quality scholarship, and it also hosts symposia on current legal topics and significant developments. 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.
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Current Issue: Volume 6, Issue 3 (2019)
Modern Day Bucket Shops? Fantasy Sports and Illegal Exchanges
John T. Holden and Ryan Rodenberg
Sharkfests and Databases: Crowdsourcing Plea Bargains
Kay L. Levine, Ronald F. Wright, Nancy J. King, and Marc Miller