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St. Mary's Law Journal (St. Mary's Law Journals)

ISSN 0581-3441

SNEAK PEEK: Volume 51, Number 1


Lavado de Dinero y Defraudación Fiscal en el Derecho Positivo Mexicano (Money Laundering and Tax Fraud in the Mexican Legal System) by Julio Aspe
Roberto Rosas


Superseding Money Judgments in Texas: Four Proposed Reforms to Help the Business Litigant and to Further Improve the Texas Civil Justice System
James Holmes

Current Issue: Volume 50, Number 3

The State of Texas Recognizes the 50th Anniversary of the St. Mary’s Law Journal
The Honorable Greg Abbott


Article III Courts v. Military Commissions: A Comparison of Protection of Classified Information and Admissibility of Evidence in Terrorism Prosecutions
Mohamed Al-Hendy

Not Everybody Loves Raymond: How the Case of Raymond v. Raymond Made a Shambles of Interspousal Gift Presumptions and the Parol Evidence Rule in Matters of Texas Community Property
Pamela E. George

Latino Education in Texas: A History of Systematic Recycling Discrimination
Albert H. Kauffman

Population Law and Policy: From Control and Contraception to Equity and Equality
Victoria Mikesell Mather

The Remarkable First 50 Women Law Graduates of St. Mary’s University: Part One
Regina Stone-Harris


Texas, the Death Penalty, and Intellectual Disability
Megan Green

Regulating Retirement: Understanding the Impact of New Best Interest and Fiduciary Standards on Retail Investors
Michael Lichtmacher

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The Scholar: St. Mary's Law Review on Race and Social Justice (St. Mary's Law Journals)

ISSN 1537-405X

St. Mary’s Law Review on Race & Social Justice seeks to speak on behalf of minorities by reaching out to the larger community, to inform them, to share with them, to educate them, and to grow with them. The goal of The Scholar is to give all minorities a “voice” in the publication of a legal journal on issues affecting all minorities.

Current Issue: Volume 21, Issue 2


Handcuffing the Vote: Diluting Minority Voting Power Through Prison Gerrymandering and Felon Disenfranchisement, by Rebecca Harrison Stevens, Meagan Taylor Harding, Joaquin Gonzalez, & Emily Eby

Challenging Voting Rights and Political Participation in State Courts, by Irving Joyner

Still Writing at the Master's Table: Decolonizing Rhetoric in Legal Writing for a "Woke" Legal Academy, by Teri A. McMurtry-Chubb

Making Democracy Count: The Seemingly Technical Procedures That Can Make or Break a Census, by Charlotte Schwartz, Jeffrey Zalesin, & Rachel Brown

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