Estate Planning & Community Property Law Journal
Publisher: Texas Tech University School of Law
Publication Website: http://www.epj.us/
Coverage: Vols. 1-13#1 (2008-2020)
Additional Information: Established in 2007, the Estate Planning and Community Property Law Journal is the newest law journal at Texas Tech University School of Law. A student-led publication, the Journal contains scholarly articles written by national and international experts in the fields of estate planning, community property, and related legal topics. The Journal also contains outstanding student comments. The Journal boasts two premier legal scholars as faculty advisors, Professors Gerry Beyer and Michael Hatfield.
This publication is the only legal journal of its kind committed to community property law, and only the second in the nation devoted to estate planning. The goal of the Journal is to advance legal scholarship by publishing the finest articles written nationally and internationally in these exciting areas of the law. The Journal also seeks to provide thought-provoking commentary and guidance to practitioners in the field to supplement their existing expertise. The Journal's audience includes practicing attorney, judges, law professors, law students, and others, both nationally and internationally. With the aforementioned goals in mind, the Journal actively seeks and selects articles, essays, symposium pieces, and comments that are at the forefront of critical legal thinking in these important areas of the law.
Volumes:13 #1 (2020)