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What Can Law Review Editors Do to Attract “Better” Articles?

While academics angst, law journal editors toil to manage the fire hose of submissions, real and fake expedites, and the uncertainty that comes with a new job.  Many journal editors now seem to have the goal of “improving their ranking“.  Seven years ago (!) I wrote some advice on that topic.  It seems mostly right, but I want to revise and extend those comments below, in letter form.

Dear Incoming Chief and Under-Chiefs!

Congratulations.  You’ve won the pie-eating contest. In a better world, you’d be paid in cash. You’ll have to take prestige.

Many people will tell you that (after running the show on time & not making anyone cry) your primary goal for the next year is to select articles that will be cited often, raising your prestige [...]

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