Boston College Law Review has risen another spot to #21 in this year’s Washington and Lee law review rankings. This annual measure of law schools’ generic journals bases excellence primarily on the number of citations a publication’s articles receive.
Last year, BC Law consolidated its three specialty reviews into the main Boston College Law Review. The merger expanded the flagship journal’s output from five issues per year to eight and allowed for greater selectivity.
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