It is the mission of On the Cusp as a publication of UNT Dallas Law Review to bridge the gap between law school and practice by providing a series of cogent and concise journal publications that keep those in legal practice and interested in contemporary changes in the legal environment apprised of the practical application of the law in various legal fields.
On the Cusp is a student-run publication with the primary purpose of publishing practice-relevant articles for practicing attorneys. Selection of student members is based on application, satisfaction of eligibility criteria, including completion of first year law courses with a required grade point average, and demonstrated ability of applicants. The student editors make editorial and organizational decisions in operating the journal and, together with several faculty advisors, publish full symposium editions periodically throughout the year.
On the Cusp is a contemporary electronic journal, publishing articles accessible in a digital repository and a downloadable print format. Articles are primarily written and contributed by external authors (practitioners, professors, and judges). Students may also contribute articles, notes, or comments.
On the Cusp welcomes submissions of articles to be considered for forthcoming publications. The publishing standard and instructions for submitting articles may be obtained by contacting us.
On the Cusp is located at the UNT Dallas College of Law campus in downtown Dallas. For general questions or comments or to inquire about submitting an article to On the Cusp, please contact us using the information below. A member from On the Cusp will respond to you within 48 business hours after receiving your inquiry.
To reach us by mail, send correspondence to:
UNT Dallas Law Review
c/o On the Cusp
1901 Main St., Suite 204
Dallas, Texas 75201
Or, you may reach us by telephone at (214) 243-1764 or e-mail at OntheCusp@untdallas.edu.
The information and opinions published by On The Cusp are offered for educational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice.