Mark Declared Most Relevant Law Professor

September 3, 2012

Mark Lemley is the number one most relevant law professor in the United States, according to Phillips and Yoo’s paper The Cite Stuff: Inventing a Better Law Faculty Relevance Measure.  Based on citations-per-year collected for professors on the faculty for the 2011-2012 academic year, the publication assigned Lemley the top spot with a calculated relevance value of 268.8.  In a closely rated field with scores as low as 113.3, Lemley was above second place with a notable 23.3 points.

Read the abstract and download the paper here.