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More Than Sports:
What Comes After NIL?

September 29, 2023
Featuring keynote "Alston v. NCAA and the Future," presented by Jeffrey Kessler.
As states scramble to pass laws and the NCAA scrambles to enforce its new guidelines, how can student-athletes and lawyers navigate this legal minefield of issues involving antitrust, employment, conflicts, and professional responsibility?
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Climate Goals Symposium
2030, 2050, and Beyond:
Creating Effective, Practical, and Realistic Climate Goals

February 24, 2023
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ADR Carrie Menkel-Meadow Symposium
The Renaissance Woman of Dispute Resolution: Carrie Menkel-Meadow's Contributions to New Directions in Feminism, Ethics, and ADR
in partnership with the Aggie Dispute Resolution Program
March 4, 2022
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Fall Agriculture Symposia

The Texas A&M Law Review traditionally hosts a symposium during the fall semester to discuss relevant legal issues in agriculture law.

Keeping with our Aggie roots, our symposia often focus in on various legal issues concerning agriculture law and policy. The agriculture symposium brings together leading practitioners, scholars and industry experts from across the nation to facilitate scholarly discussion regarding the current legal framework for agriculture, both in the United States and around the world.

The agricultural symposium typically consists of multiple panel-like discussions promoting research, along with providing best practices and academic advancements, relating to certain facets of agriculture law. Collaborative events such as this allows for a direct connection between Texas A&M School of Law and Texas A&M’s main campus. Moreover, the Law Review’s agriculture symposium is a prime example of the law school’s commitment to Texas A&M’s land grant mission, and its dedication to serving the community from a local to international level. The Law Review would like to thank the G. Rollie White Trust for its continued support to our annual agricultural law symposium. 



Law Review Symposium Spring 2021
From Investigation to Post-Conviction: Privacy and Technology in Modern Criminal Procedure
March 26, 2021
Online via Zoom
3.​0 Texas CLE credit hours ​available
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FALL 2020
Containing COVID Catastrophes: Addressing the Effects of COVID-19 on the Agricultural Industry

September 10-11, 2020, 5 CLE hours

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Welcome to the Farm, Big Data:
Assessing the Legal Implications of Big-Data Driven Solutions to Agriculture’s Most Pressing Issues

January 31, 2020

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Texas A&M Law Review
​Fall 2018 Symposium

October 5, 2018

Agriculture 2.0: The Changing Legal Landscape for Texas Agriculture


  • Agriculture and trade
  • New tax law and agriculture
  • The right to farm
  • Legislative update
  • Climate and environmental policies: innovation & efforts
  • Texas groundwater law and policy
  • Land and water conservation in Texas

Criminal Justice Reform symposium

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Spring 2018 Symposium

Friday, February 9, 2018

Searching for Justice:
Modern Issues in Criminal Justice Reform


Law Review Fall 2017 Symposium

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Fall 2017 Symposium

October 6, 2017

The Future of the Farm Bill:
Policy, Programs and Prognosis

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Texas A&M Law Review
Spring 2017 Symposium

April 21, 2017

American Immigration Law:  The New Colossus

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​Fall 2016 Symposium

October 28, 2016

Agriculture, Intellectual Property and Feeding the World in the 21st Century

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Law Review Spring 2016 Transportation Symposium

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Spring 2016 Symposium

April​ 1, 201​6

Changing Landscape of Transportation: Technology, Data, and the Law

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Law Review Farm to Table symposium

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​Fall 2015 Symposium

October 30, 2015

Farm to Table: Agriculture Law in the Era of Sustainability

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