Houston Law Review Ranked in the Top 2.3% of Journals World-Wide, According to Washington & Lee

The Houston Law Review is ranked 39th among law journals this year in the Washington & Lee law journal rankings–an increase of six spots from last year’s ranking. According to Washington & Lee’s combined rankings, approximately 1,660 journals were included. Of those, the Houston Law Review is among the top 2.3% world-wide. This makes the Houston Law Review one of the top two ranked journals in the state of Texas (second only to the Texas Law Review). These rankings illustrate the continued dedication of both the student editors and the Houston legal community–especially Review alumni. The student editorial board would like to thank the continued support of our faculty, the University of Houston IPIL program, the Houston Law Review Board of Directors, our Houston Law Review Alumni Association, and the Frankel Family. These people continue to support the Review in our many endeavors. Without them, our success would not be possible. We would also like to thank the many student editors who have worked countless hours over the past years to maintain the high quality of the Review.

To see the rankings, visit http://lawlib.wlu.edu/lj/index.aspx. Then “check” the 2010 combined score box and click “submit.”