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Friday, November 16, 2007

Most Cited CrimProfs

From the new Brian Leiter study.  [Revised] CRIMINAL LAW and PROCEDURE                                       

1. Dan Kahan (Yale University), 1070 citations, age 44.
2. Robert Weisberg (Stanford University), 1060 citations, age 61.
3. George Fletcher (Columbia University), 1040 citations, age 68.
4. William Stuntz (Harvard University), 970 citations, age 49.
5. Stephen Schulhofer (New York University), 870 citations, age 65.
6. Albert Alschuler (Northwestern University), 820 citations, age 67.
7. Michael Tonry (University of Minnesota), 810 citations, age 62.
8. Joshua Dressler (Ohio State University), 790 citations, age 60.
9. Paul Robinson (University of Pennsylvania), 770 citations, age 59.
10. James S. Liebman (Columbia University), 740 citations, age 55.
11. Christopher Slobogin (University of Florida), 680 citations, age 56.
12. Samuel Gross (University of Michigan), 650 citations, age 61.
12. Richard H. McAdams (University of Chicago): 650 citations, age 47.
14. Anthony Amsterdam (New York University), 610 citations, age 72.
15. David A. Harris (University of Pittsburgh), 590 citations, age 50.
16. Yale Kamisar (University of San Diego), 550 citations, age 78.
17. Stephen Saltzburg (George Washington University), 520 citations, age 62.
18. George C. Thomas III (Rutgers University, Newark), 520 citations, age 60.
19. Susan Bandes (DePaul University), 500 citations, age 56.
20. Nancy King (Vanderbilt University), 430 citations, age 49.

Runners-up: Orin Kerr (George Washington University), 410 citations; Stephanos Bibas (University of Pennsylvania), 400 citations; Sara Sun Beale (Duke University), 390 citations; Marc Miller (University of Arizona), 390 citations; Donald Dripps (University of San Diego), 380 citations; Jerold Israel (University of Florida), 380 citations; David Baldus (University of Iowa), 370 citations; Tracey Meares (Yale University), 370 citations; David Sklansky (University of California, Berkeley), 370 citations; Paul Butler (George Washington University), 360 citations; Stephen Garvey (Cornell University), 340 citations; Susan Klein (University of Texas), 340 citations; Bernard Harcourt (University of Chicago), 330 citations.

Other highly-cited scholars who don’t work exclusively in this area: Larry Alexander (University of San Diego), 980 citations; Kent Greenawalt (Columbia University), 960 citations; Michael S. Moore (University of Illinois), 920 citations; Mark Kelman (Stanford University), 730 citations; Gabriel Chin (University of Arizona), 450 citations; Ronald J. Allen (Northwestern University), 400 citations.

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