Journals Recognized

College of Law Journals enjoy recognition

Journal of Land Use and Environmental Law
In the recently published "Most Cited American Legal Periodicals," Florida State University's Journal of Land Use and Environmental Law placed 14th out of 35 journals devoted to environmental law. It placed ahead of the journals from such law schools as Duke, William & Mary, UCLA, and Pace (one of the "niche" environmental schools). Go to Most-Cited American Legal Periodicals.

Florida State University Law Review
Also, according to the "Most-Cited American Legal Publications," Florida State University's Law Review ranks highest among Florida law schools in law review and journal citations. In the category of Federal & State Court Citations (1995-2002) (WESTLAW's ALLCASES database), FSU ranked 32nd, while Miami, UF and Stetson respectively ranked 79th, 89th, and 102nd. In the category of Law Periodical Citations (1995-2002) (WESTLAW's Journals & Law Reviews database), FSU ranked 63rd. Miami, UF and Stetson ranked 65th, 81st and 97 respectively. Go to Most-Cited American Legal Periodicals.