W&M Law Journals Recognized as Most Cited in Their Fields

Our 1L students have finished their second semester finals and in the midst of the joint journal competition (JJC). The competition results in placement of eligible students to one of the five journals.

More than 300 students participate in William & Mary’s journals, and our journals are well-respected in the legal community and earn recognition as some of the most cited in their respective fields.

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The William and Mary Law Review is the 19th most cited general interest law review in the country.

The William & Bill of Rights Journal is the 2nd most cited specialty law review in the field of civil rights, and the 3rd most cited specialty law review in the field of constitutional law.

The William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review is the most cited specialty law review in the field of energy law, and the 11th most cited specialty law review in the field of environmental law.

The William & Mary Journal of Women and the Law is the 10th most cited specialty law review in the fields of gender studies, women, and sexuality.

The William & Mary Business Law Review is the 11th most cited specialty law review in the field of corporate law and business associations, and the 29th most cited specialty law review in the field of commercial law. In addition, of the 58 student-edited law reviews established since 2010, the William & Mary Business Law Review is the second most cited journal, trailing only the Harvard National Security Journal.