I have just posted to SSRN my latest article, Reforming LIBOR: Wheatley versus the Alternatives, which I will be sending out to the law reviews via Scholastica and Expresso next week. But that's such an annoying process. So here's my offer: If your law review is in the W&L Top Thirty or Concurring Opinion's Top 25 or Expresso's Top 30, your journal is current in its publication schedule, you are willing to offer me a lead article slot, and promise to edit with a very light hand, I will accept your offer on the spot. I won't use your offer to try to ratchet my way up the list. I won't make you wait. First qualifying offer gets the article. Period.
I've already received one non-qualifying offer. But I'm waiting for a qualified offer.
Look at what you're getting if you accept my offer. I've been cited in 2160 articles on Westlaw's JLR database. I'm the # 6 author on SSRN's law datatbase when ranked by total all-time downloads. I've been named to Directorship magazine's list of the 100 most influential people in the field of corporate governance three times in the last 5 years. In 2007, I was #14 on Brian Leiter's list of the most cited business law faculty and was the only person under 50 on the list. So odds are that your cite count will soar.
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