Each year the Washington and Lee School of Law announces its rankings of the nation’s law journals. In a nutshell, the Washington and Lee Law Journal ranking is based on a “weighted combination of both impact-factor and total cites” over the last eight years. (A more technical explanation of the combined score can be found here.) Law professors often use this ranking, along with others, in determining where to accept offers of placement for their articles.
This year the Brigham Young University Law Review moved up 19 spots to #77 out of 1,683 journals. Our congratulations to the Law Review for this significant jump!
(Once you are on the rankings page, check “Comb.” in the yellow box and hit “Submit” to view the rankings.)