Seeking for Righteousness

The Personal Blog of Kaimi Wenger

We’re Number One!

Vindicating what I always suspected to be true, the latest Washington & Lee study shows that the Columbia Law Review has the most impact per article of any law review (scroll down about halfway).

According to the list, the most-impact-per-article journals are:

1. Columbia Law Review (13.18)

2. Yale Law Journal (12.91)

3. Stanford Law Review (12.09)

4. Harvard Law Review (11.79)

5. Cornell Law Review (11.73)

6. California Law Review (Berkeley) (10.99)

7. N.Y.U. Law Review (10.91)

8. Virginia Law Review (10.74)

9. Georgetown Law Journal (10.73)

10. University of Pennsylvania Law Review (10.51)

11. Northwestern University Law Review (10.35)

12. UCLA Law Review (10.30)

13. Minnesota Law Review (9.75)

14. Duke Law Journal (9.41)

15. University of Chicago Law Review (9.30)

16. Vanderbilt Law Review (8.62)

17. Texas Law Review (8.46)

18. Southern California Law Review (7.83)

19. Iowa Law Review (7.34)

20. University of Illinois Law Review (7.24)

21. William & Mary Law Review (7.24)

22. Michigan Law Review (6.98)

23. North Carolina Law Review (6.93)

24. Arizona Law Review (6.83)

25. Indiana Law Journal (6.81)

(Via Leiter).

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December 11, 2003 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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