The University of Louisville Law Review is pleased to report the findings of Washington & Lee's latest submissions and rankings.
At the close of this survey period, which included volumes 50 and 51, the law review's rankings among all domestic ranked journals were as follows:
- Overall Ranking: 241/987 (top 24.4%)
- Impact: 255/987 (top 25.8%)
- Citations in Journal Articles: 211/987 (top 21.4%) Currency Factor: 167/987 (top 16.9%) Citation of Articles in Cases: 290/897 (top 29.4%)
- Cost: 191/987 (top 19.4%)
- Overall Ranking: 318/967 (top 33%)
- Impact: 400/967 (top 41.4%)
- Citations in Journal Articles: 234/992 (top 23.6%)
- Currency Factor: 402/976 (top 41.2%)
- Citation of Articles in Cases: 334/992 (top 33.6%)
- Cost: 191/820 (top 23.3%)
Since volumes 50 and 51 were published, the University of Louisville Law Review has improved its rankings in every single category. See the attached document for explanation of categories.
This 38% improvement in the publication's impact factor would not have been possible without the strong efforts of the recent editorial boards. The effect of wise decisions and changes are sometimes not really felt until long after the decision-makers have moved on. Congratulations and thanks to Mike Swansburg (Volume 48), Tommy Sturgeon (Volume 49) and Elisabeth Fitzpatrick (Volume 50) and their Boards! ~Eddie O'Brien, Volume 51 Editor in Chief
In related news, the University of Louisville Law Review was selected to host the 61st annual National Conference of Law Reviews in 2015.