Student Article to be Published in Administrative Law Journal

September 5, 2015

TAMU Law 3L Justin DavisTexas A&M University School of Law 3L Justin S. Davis, Texas A&M Law Review technology editor and Air Force veteran, will soon add publication in the Texas Tech Administrative Law Journal to his curriculum vitae.

Davis’ article, “The Unarmed Army: Evolving Second Amendment Rights and Today’s Military Member,” explores the historic interaction of military and civilian jurisprudence and analyzes Department of Defense regulations that restrict military members from carrying firearms on military bases. Currently serving as an officer in the Texas Air National Guard while attending law school, Davis is in a unique position to write a scholarly legal article concerning military affairs. His article will be published in the Texas Tech Administrative Law Journal, Volume 17, Book 1, which is slated for release in early 2016.

“I could not have written an article of this scope without the tremendous support I received from the faculty at T​exas A&M Law,” Davis said. “It was extremely gracious of Dean Andrew Morriss to make room in his busy schedule to be my faculty article advisor. Professor Meg Penrose deserves recognition for being an additional sounding board, while providing a metric ton of encouragement. I give my sincere thanks to both.”