The Texas Law Review publishes seven issues throughout the year beginning each November. Each issue contains contemporary and compelling articles, essays, commentaries, and book reviews from leading legal scholars. In addition, the Review includes student notes on current legal issues. The seventh issue, published every June, traditionally contains papers submitted during annual symposia featuring particular legal topics. This combination of analysis, review, exchange, and opinion makes the Texas Law Review a valuable and increasingly cited legal resource.
About the Journal
Publication Schedule: Nov. Dec. Feb. Mar. Apr. May. Jun.
Year Founded: 1922
Primary Readership: Constitutional Law, International, Law, Law Firms, Legal, Legislation, Libraries, National, Professional, Scholarly, State