A Comparison of Law Faculty Production in Leading Law Reviews
Ira Mark Ellman
Arizona State University College of Law; Arizona State University (ASU) - Department of Psychology; Center for the Study of Law and Society, Berkeley Law, University of California, Berkeley
Journal of Legal Education, Vol. 33, p. 681, 1983
Law reviews obviously play a central role in the lives of academic lawyers. Publication in them is one important component of professional reputation. This study examines some selected law journals to determine their contributors, as well as the relative production of pages and footnotes by rank of the authors, and by authors’ law school. It compares the productivity of law faculties, and examines the extent of in-house publishing. It finds that there are large differences in productivity, and that in-house publishing is common and sometimes dominant among leading schools.
Keywords: Legal Publication, Law Journals, In-house Publishing
Date posted: September 3, 2009
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