Delaware Journal of Corporate Law Receives Top Rankings
Web Editor - Published: April 19, 2010
The 2010 Washington and Lee Law Review Rankings rank the Delaware Journal of Corporate Law 2nd in the category of Corporations & Associations, trailing only the Yale Journal on Regulation. In addition, the Journal reached 4th in the Commercial Law category. The Delaware Journal of Corporate Law was ranked 11th overall out of 431 specialized law reviews.

“The Washington & Lee rankings of the Delaware Journal of Corporate Law are a measure of the high quality of the articles published in the Journal and are the product of years of hard work by the members of its editorial boards,” says Professor Larry D. Barnett.

“Everyone at the Journal is proud of the latest Washington and Lee rankings. The Journal has consistently been ranked in the top tier of student edited specialty journals and we are glad to be able to continue that tradition,” states Delaware Journal of Corporate Law Volume XXXV Editor-in-Chief William M. Alleman.

“Producing three issues each year entails a lot of work, but it is rewarding to know that the articles we work on influence the way professors, practitioners, and courts across the country understand current topics in corporate and business law,” says Alleman, concluding, “Students at Widener are fortunate to have the opportunity to be a part of an organization like the Journal.”

The entire Widener Law community congratulates the Delaware Journal of Corporate Law and its Editorial Board on their outstanding achievements!