The Texas Undergraduate Law Review is no longer accepting submissions for its Fall 2020 Issue.
During the submission period we welcome research articles, senior theses, school essays, or any other original works. We accept manuscripts of any length, but published articles will vary in length from 10 to 30 pages. Please submit manuscripts with 12-point, double-spaced, Times New Roman font. A manuscript can use any citation style, as long as in-text attributions and references are clear. Articles will be published with citations adhering to the 20th Edition of The Bluebook.
Applications to become an editor or regularly contributing writer for the Texas Undergraduate Law Review are now open. Please submit this application and a resume via email to as a .PDF document by 11:59 p.m. CDT on Friday, September 18. In the subject line, please state which position you are applying for. You can apply for both positions, but you must complete all of the questions for each.
If you qualify, the Editorial Board will contact you to schedule an interview during the week of September 21. You must attend the interview to remain eligible for acceptance. The Editorial Board will inform applicants of its final decisions by Monday, September 28.