George Mason Ties for First Place Among Top Law Schools in Study on Empirical Legal Scholarship

In a new study on legal scholarship, George Mason University School of Law ties for first place, along with University of California, Berkeley and Northwestern University, in the area of empirical legal research. The study, which is entitled "An Empirical Study of Empirical Legal Scholarship: The Top Law Schools," was written by Vanderbilt University law professor Tracey E. George and will be published in the "The Next Generation of Law School Rankings— Symposium, Indiana Law Journal (2005). The paper is currently available from the Social Science Research Network (SSRN).