LUBBOCK Ė Torrie Taylor from Glen Rose has been named editor-in-chief of Texas Tech University School of Law's Estate Planning and Community Property Law Journal, Volume V.

Established in 2007, the Estate Planning and Community Property Law Journal publishes scholarly articles written by national and international experts in the fields of estate planning, community property and related legal topics. This publication is the only legal journal of its kind committed to community property law, and the second in the nation devoted to estate planning.

Taylor graduated summa cum laude from Texas Tech University with a bachelorís degree in business marketing and was named the Top Graduate of her class.

She was selected for the Mortar Board National College Senior Honor Society, was named to the Presidentís and Deanís Honor Rolls,and represented her school in an organization called Presidentís Select, where she served as an ambassador for President Guy Bailey and participated in football recruiting.

At Tech Law, she serves as president of her class and has been inducted into Phi Delta Phi, an honors legal fraternity. She participates in many organizations and serves as an officer in the Tech Law Republicans Organization and the Red Raider Bar Association.

She has been named to the Deanís List and received a CALI Award for her legal writing for earning the highest grade in her section.

The other editors-in-chief announced by Texas Tech are John McIntyre, 3L Editor of The Texas Bank Lawyer, Volume 36; Marshall Meringola, editor-in-chief of the Journal for Biosecurity, Biosafety, and Biodefense Law Volume 3; Brady Behrens, editor-in-chief for the Texas Tech Law Review, Volume 45;

and Taylor Spalla, editor-in-chief of the Texas Tech Administrative Law Journal, Volume 14.