Who We Are
The Texas Undergraduate Law Review is a biannual law journal edited, published, and distributed entirely by undergraduate students at the University of Texas at Austin. Each edition features articles on a variety of legal topics by students from all over the country.
What We’re Fundraising For
The Texas Undergraduate Law Review concludes every semester by printing copies of its newest journal. Many of the writers and editors participate in the process of creating the finished journal, and the organization likes to reward its members by providing them copies for themselves and other interested friends, family members, and other organizations or companies.
The Texas Undergraduate Law Review seeks to enrich undergraduate students' interests in law by providing a forum to develop skills essential to legal scholarship. While raising awareness of current legal issues, encouraging discourse, and upholding the university's academic values, we give those students an opportunity to publish their works in a nationally reviewed academic journal. With the experience, mentorship, and knowledge gained from participating in TULR, our members have matriculated to top law schools and secured prestigious positions at top law firms and public sector organizations.