Just five years after returning from its long hiatus, the Law Review was producing material that was cited by the U.S. Supreme Court. A student comment published in 1978 formed the basis for enterprise liability in tort law and remains a well-known example of courts citing to student works. The Fordham Law Review is currently the fourteenth most cited law journal overall as well as the ninth most cited by state and federal courts and the fifth most cited by other legal journals.
Centennial Dedication: A Brief History of the Fordham Law Review,
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