Law Journals: Submissions and Ranking
This website can be used to identify and rank journals on a variety of factors. Full explanation and instruction available here. From Washington & Lee School of Law Library.
Journal Citation Reports
Journal rankings based on citation data pulled from over 2600 journals in the social sciences. Information available by subject category, which includes law. (most recent data: 2010) From ISI Web of Knowledge.
Most Cited Journals and Journal Articles in HeinOnline
Utilizing Hein's ScholarCheck tool, Hein compiled a top 30 most cited journals and journal articles list. (2009)
Law Review Article Length Limits & Preferences
Article length limis and preferences for the top 35 most-cited U.S. law reviews. From Emory Law Library.
Information for Submitting Articles to Law Reviews & Journals (SSRN)
by Allen Rostron & Nancy Levit. A guide to submission methods, requirements and contact information for 202 law reviews. Last updated October 2011
Law Reviews that are Temporarily Full
A list of law reviews that are not currently accepting submissions. From ExpressO.
by Leah Christensen & Julie Oseid
The Law Review Article Selection Process: Results from a National Study (SSRN)
by Jason Nance and Dylan Steinberg
Periodicals Indexed in CILP
Law Reviews and other legal periodicals indexed in the Current Index to Legal Periodicals (CILP).
LexisNexis Directory of Law Reviews
Contact and other information for law reviews and scholarly legal periodicals. Last updated 2006.
A free electronic article submission service for over 500+ law journals. Originally created by Washington & Lee, now hosted by YIJUN Institute of International Law.
Online respository of faculty scholarship
Law Review Submission Tracker
A downloadable spreadsheet for tracking law review submissions. Available from the PrawfsBlawg blog.
Law Periodical Publishing Practices and Trends
Annotated bibliography of articles and resources from LLRX.
Law Review Review
Posts about law reviews and scholarship from Prawfsblawg.
Tips on Publishing
Short article from Columbia Law School.
Resources for Authors
Information about author's rights and the Author's Rights Initiative from The Scholarly Publishing & Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC).
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