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  1. Thanks, Dan. Great, informative post. Can I use your name on my article when I submit?

  2. law review guy says:

    One comment on the supposed law review rankings. If supposedly over 99% of law review articles are never cited (or something like that), then the overall number of citations / journal is irrelevant as the data for most will be skewed according to whether one of those articles that is cited often was published in a certain journal. This is especially true when looking at a short time frame. What would be more useful is a ranking of journals based on number of articles with X or more citations.

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