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Legal Commentary: Prawfs
Weekend Trivia Challenge
By Dan Markel, Ethan Leib, Rick Garnett, Matt Bodie, Paul Horwitz , Steve Vladeck, and Orly Lobel
According to the latest Washington & Lee University rankings of law reviews (2007, combined score), which non-U.S. journal is the highest ranked, and what country is it from?
To give you a fighting chance, we'll do it multiple choice style.
- European Journal of International Law, from the U.K.
- Cork Online Law Review, from Ireland
- Theoretical Inquiries in Law, from Israel
- Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, from the U.K.
- International Review of Law and Economics, from the Netherlands
- The Journal of International Coastal and Maritime Law, from Switzerland
- The Cambridge Law Journal, from the U.K.
- His Royal Highness's Journal of International Casino Law, from Monaco
- McGill Law Journal, from Canada
- Zambia Law Journal, from Zambia
And this bonus question: Which of the above the above journals do not exist?
Answers below the fold ...
Which journal is the highest ranked?
Theoretical Inquiries in Law, from Israel
It is tied at no. 168 with the Michigan State Law Review; the Stanford Journal of Law, Business & Finance; and Tax Law Review.
The next highest-ranked non-U.S. journals are: the European Journal of International Law, from the U.K., at 187th; the International Journal of Constitutional Law, from the U.K., at 208th; the International and Comparative Law Quarterly, from the U.K., at 268th; and the Journal of International Criminal Justice, from the U.K., at 273rd.
Bonus: Which journals don't exist?
The Journal of International Coastal and Maritime Law, from Switzerland
His Royal Highness's Journal of International Casino Law, from Monaco
Washington & Lee Law School, Law Journals: Submissions and Ranking, 2007 ranking of journals by combined score.
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