Texas A&M Journal of Property Law


The Journal of Property Law hosts a symposium during the fall and spring semesters to discuss relevant property law topics with leading scholars from across the world. Stay tuned to this page to learn more about registration, locations and subjects for the next symposium.

Our Symposia Editor, with the assistance of a symposia committee, plans and promotes each symposium to bring together speakers and the legal community for a scholarly discussion of important legal topics.

For more information regarding symposia, please contact Catherine Stanley Wirth, Symposia Editor, at symposiaeditorjpl@gmail.com.

Fall 2017 Symposium

Artificial Intelligence and the Legal Profession

October 20, 2017

AI symposium thumb The Artificial Intelligence and the Legal Profession Symposium will be an engaging opportunity for scholars and practitioners to discuss the legal issues surrounding artificial intelligence. The range of topics to be discussed will be anchored to property law, but will include other topics not limited to: intellectual property law, employment law and compliance, and ethical implications.

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Spring 2018 Symposium


Recent Symposia

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Journal of Property Law
Spring 2017 Symposium

​February ​17, 2017

"New Water"

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Journal of Property Law
Fall 2016 Symposium

November 10, 201​6

Printing the Future: The Implications of 3D Printing

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Journal of Property Law
Spring 2016 Symposium

​April​ 22, 201​6

Think Globally, Act Locally. TAMU’s Initiative to Respect, Preserve, and Protect.

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Journal of Property Law
Fall 2015 Symposium

​April​ 22, 201​6

The Blunt Truth: Looking at the Effects of Marijuana Law on Property Interests

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