Texas A&M Law Review

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.

See About This Journal for more history of the Texas A&M Law Review.

Current Issue: Volume 5, Issue 3 (2018)

Front Matter



Things Invisible To See: State Action & Private Property
Joseph William Singer and Isaac Saidel-Goley



Managing Editor
Tiffany L. Minks
Executive Editor
Taylor Rae Cummins
Symposia Editor
Madeline M. Pricer
Online-Content Editor
R. Matthew Thompson
Senior Articles Editor
Emma Christine Martin
Articles Editors
Aimee Elizabeth Kline
Megan Elizabeth Reed
Elizabeth A. Shannon
Citations Editors
Chad C. Taylor
Nicholas James Vail
Rebecca Ward Helterbrand
Notes & Comments Editors
Stephanie F. Assi
Callie Cole Dodson
Taylor Chanel Wood