First published in 1922, the Tennessee Law Review (TLR) is the oldest legal publication in the State of Tennessee and the oldest law journal at the University of Tennessee College of Law. Each issue provides insight on a broad range of legal topics covering national and state legal developments.
Currently in its eighty-seventh volume, TLR is a quarterly journal of legal scholarship published by second and third year students at the University of Tennessee College of Law, with guidance from faculty advisors and the business manager. Articles are authored by professors, practitioners, and law students addressing topics of interest to legal scholars, practicing attorneys, legislators, judges, and students. TLR also publishes legal symposia. Past symposia subjects include the death penalty, constitutional law, torts and legal ethics.
TLR is proud of its rich heritage and greatly honored to have published works from many distinguished legal scholars.