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Welcome to Arguendo

Texas A&M Law Review is proud to present Arguendo, ​our online supplement to our print publication.

Arguendo features short, lightly footnoted pieces on timely and relevant legal issues.

Arguendo features
  • short expositions of new ideas,
  • analysis of emerging legal topics,
  • dialogues on ongoing legal debates,
  • analysis of upcoming or recently decided high-profile cases, and
  • short responses to already-published scholarship.
While the shorter length and light footnoting policy allows scholars to publish their thoughts within weeks of an emerging legal development, our rigorous editorial process ensures we maintain the quality of scholarship expected of a print law review.

For those who wish to publish pieces that strike a balance between the depth and rigor of a full-length law review article and the speed and brevity of an op-ed, Arguendo publishes short essays, generally between 3,000 and 6,000 words, inclusive of footnotes.

If you have questions about Arguendo, or wish to submit a piece to be considered for publication in Arguendo, please contact the Online-Content Editor or use the online submission form.

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