Review of Litigation, The
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Established in 1980 at The University of Texas School of Law, The Review of Litigation is a student-managed publication of national scope devoted to the process of litigation. By defining our scope in broad terms, The Review balances the interests of academia with pragmatic issues important to practicing attorneys and judges, canvassing topics related to procedure, evidence, trial and appellate advocacy, and often-litigated substantive law. Articles not only address issues of litigation practice, but also comment on the substantive and theoretical aspects of the law. This year marks The Reviews 25th year of publication. Past authors reflect both the diversity of our readership and the subject areas covered. Recently, we have published articles by professors, federal judges, and practitioners covering topics from fiduciary duty to homeland security. The Review annually publishes three issues, always on time. Articles published in The Review of Litigation are routinely cited in published court decisions. In fact, The Review has also recently been ranked as the sixth most cited specialty journal in the country. Our subscription base, which exceeds seven hundred, includes judges, academics, corporations, firms, libraries, and sole practitionersmore outside Texas than within the Lone Star State. The Review solicits articles for publication year-round, focusing particularly on arguments, issues, and points of view that have not yet received national attention, but would be helpful to lawyers situated throughout the country. Publishing an article allows the author to convey thoughts to a national audience and to influence the current state of the law.
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